After their retirement this summer from the University of La Verne, William and Barbara Blackmur plan to travel up the east coast. Unlike all of their other one to two week trips, they want to spend several months on the road in their motor home next spring. The Grand Canyon, Lake Tahoe, Missouri and Florida […]
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I would like to offer a few facts to go along with last Friday’s Opinions article [“’Plug and pray’ not enough,” April 23].
With fall registration beginning next week, a number of University of La Verne students will be forgoing the newly introduced form of online registration and instead shuffling back into the long lines of Woody Hall, obtaining their schedules the old fashioned way.
With ever-growing demands such as the new online registration system being placed on the campus network, the Office of Information Technology is seeking solutions to the University’s inadequate Internet connection speed.
The use of music sharing software will soon be scarce at the University of La Verne as the Office of Information Technology will be tracking students, staff and faculty who use this software in the ULV system.
With lines that seem to extend for miles and countless confusing forms constantly stacking up, the stress of college registration time is all too familiar for University of La Verne students.
The University of La Verne maintenance workers were on their feet last week as rainstorms caused many rooms across campus to flood. Employees on campus are still dealing with the aftermath.
This year’s freshman class scored high points, not only in entrance exams and grade point averages, but in diversity, according to preliminary numbers recently released by the office of admissions.
Roommates and computer science majors Nick Van Der Wande and Jason Opdycke have made a proposal to assist in installing Ethernet into the Oaks Residence Halls. Ethernet is a service which would allow students to connect to the Internet without having to use their phone line.
With the University of La Verne’s technological needs rapidly increasing, decisions to consolidate the Management of Information Systems (MIS) and Academic Computing Services (ACS) have been made.