Amid the several other memorials on campus that honor those who’ve fallen in past wars, the University of La Verne honored two former students, First Lt. Jared Landaker and Cpl. Bernard Corpuz who served in Afghanistan and Iraq respectively, with a tree dedication ceremony on Tuesday.
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Campus news for the week of May 11, 2007.
Hidden around the University of La Verne campus are several memorial sites honoring the fallen.
I’m writing to thank you for publishing the articles about Cpl. Bernard Corpuz in last week’s issue.
The University of La Verne suffered its first casualty in the War on Terror this summer when alumnus and Army Cpl. Bernard Corpuz was killed in Afghanistan.
Army Cpl. Bernard Corpuz, a University of La Verne alumnus, was killed on June 11 in Ghanzi, Afghanistan by an improvised explosive device during a small arms fight.
La Verne residents, students and faculty paused for 15 minutes Monday to watch the solemn speech by President Bush during which he gave Saddam Hussein the final ultimatum to relinquish power or face war.
All good things must come to an end. But sometimes the end is just the beginning and for Professor of Government and Global Studies John Jang, this could very well be true.
Despite several strong individual performances, the University of La Verne men’s and women’s track teams were winless in Monday’s Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) quad meet at Cal Lutheran.
With the sun shining bright Saturday, La Verne’s track and field teams competed in their first quad meet at home.