Discussion continues among members of the University of La Verne Space Committee as the group strives to reach a consensus over which department will move into the Hoover Building once the College of Law relocates to Ontario.
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The new parking lot has clearly affected the greater part of the University of La Verne community in positive ways and has opened a door for further improvement. For this year’s softball team, however, it has altered the routine of previous seasons.
The Natural Sciences Department at the University of La Verne has implemented a three-phase remodeling procedure in an effort to improve the overall condition of its facilities and provide students with a suitable learning environment.
Further steps were taken to save the Rock as Jonescape Construction Company began work on a concrete apron around the Rock Tuesday afternoon.
Serving as probably one of the most important steps of the decade, the University of La Verne announced last week that the College of Law will relocate to Ontario in order to reach an even bigger goal.
University of La Verne President Stephen Morgan, Ontario Mayor Gary Ovitt and other officials gathered Tuesday at Ontario City Hall to announce that the College of Law will relocate from the main campus to a new site in downtown Ontario.
University of La Verne’s College of Law is currently undergoing a project of relocating its facility off the main campus.
After waiting nearly one school year for The Spot to re-open, students now have a new version of longer lines, more expensive food and worse service.
Lack of parking coupled with the incorrect dimensions of the softball field has prompted campus officials to choose the site of the current field for a parking lot to be finished sometime in December.
On Sunday, Brian Worley, facilities management director, completed the second mosaic on the east side of ULV’s new bookstore.