In conjunction with a newly revamped constitution and bylaws, the Associated Students Federation Forum will now lead under a new name – ASULV – emphasizing an enhanced organization designed to better represent student interests through advocacy and to encourage two-way communication.
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Students looking to relieve the stress of the third week of school found the perfect way to do it Thursday, when the comical performance of Alycia Cooper filled almost every seat available in Founders Auditorium.
The Associated Student Federation Forum is continuing its transition from an activities organizer to a more politically active body and is currently holding open forums to receive feedback on its newly revised constitution.
It seems that things are starting to improve on campus. No, no. Founders Hall is not getting the refurbishing that it so desperately needs and deserves as of right now. And no, plans to improve the parking situation are not being thrown into the mix quite yet.
Yes, it’s true, today is Friday the 13th. Although most of you probably don’t believe in all the goofy superstitions and legends associated with this ill-fated date, we have decided to lend those who do believe in this stuff a hand.
Campus news for the week of April 15, 2005.
With so many issues to deal with at the University of La Verne, students now have a voice to speak their opinions and concerns. The newly restructured Associated Students Federation Forum has become that advocate for students.
University of La Verne students competed in singles and doubles games to win prizes awarded by the Campus Activities Board in honor of the first Ping Pong Tournament held in the Student Center Tuesday night.
The Associated Student Federation Forum has always been the center of student life at the University of La Verne. Now, ASF is taking on a new role focusing more on the voice of the students.
The newly developed Campus Activities Board is looking to enrich the social lives of University of La Verne students.