Streets of Old Town La Verne were closed off for the annual Cruisin’ La Verne Holiday Car Show, where classic cars filled the streets Nov. 23.
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In an informal survey, seven out of 10 University of La Verne students showed their support for a recently passed state law banning hand-held cell phone use while driving.
Steven Falls used to only get two-to-three hours of sleep each night. As a 21-year-old college student balancing school, work and a social life, getting a good night’s sleep was not a top priority.
A traffic accident involving a La Verne City Councilman and a pedestrian, which left the pedestrian in critical condition took place at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the 3200 Block of D Street.
A van carrying eight individuals affiliated with the University of La Verne basketball program was involved in a multiple vehicle collision on the 210 freeway returning to the main campus from Occidental College at approximately 9:30 Monday night.
It is sad to say that, as a society, we have truly failed to move past the issues of race and discrimination that have plagued our nation since long before the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s.
Continuing its tradition of matching students with employers, the Career Development Center (CDC) at the University of La Verne sponsored Career Day on Tuesday. Despite rainy weather, about 200 students attended the event, which took part in the Old Gym.
Last year, the Innocorp company in Verona, Wisc., created what is perhaps one of the most efficient drunk driving simulators in existence. The fatal vision goggles, as these simulators are recognized, convincingly give its user the feeling of being under the influence of alcohol.
An estimated 40 members from the University of La Verne community attended a drunk driving presentation in Sneaky Park on Tuesday afternoon. The event was presented by ULV’s Substance Abuse Education Committee and officers from the California Highway Patrol’s (CHP) Baldwin Park division.
Campus news for the week of Oct. 30, 1998.