Due to everyday demands for more space, expansion at the University of La Verne looks like a promising possibility in the next decade.
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Many students living on-campus have had complaints about the Operations and Maintenance Department and the way it does its job. But, as the saying goes, “Have you ever walked a day in my shoes?”
A 2 percent budget cut has been made across the board in all University of La Verne departments, the school announced two weeks ago.
Sitting in the annual Board of Trustees meeting held in the Howell Board Room Nov. 16, I learned more about the future of the University of La Verne than I ever thought I would and, believe me, we are not going to need any sunglasses.
Calling to order its first full board meeting in the Howell Board Room at 9 a.m. last Saturday, the Board of Trustees discussed and voted on several issues affecting the University of La Verne campus, from strategic planning to the introduction of a complete co-ed aquatics program.
Whatever happened to the Spot renovations promised last semester, in which the eating area would be expanded and a buffet style layout would be initiated? It was going to be bigger and better with more food items available. The menu would expand and the staff size would increase.
With the need for more space in the growing Communications Department, a mini-storage facility has been built to fulfill these needs.
A growing Education Department is the reason for transforming the Kilo building, the old Wilson Library, into an education building.