Attending a small campus is a big adjustment for many students. Being different only adds to the challenge of day-to-day life-particularly if one is gay or lesbian.
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A new club has enriched the variety of organizations at the University of La Verne. The Society of Leaders’ (SOL) purpose is to bring clubs together and open the school up to the outside community.
They are not a club yet, but a group of students plan to be one in the near future. The group of students which wants to be the Hawaiian club is now organizing and the only thing that is keeping them from starting the club is the constitution.
The University of La Verne’s Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum met in the West Dining Room Wednesday, Dec. 2, at 8:40 a.m. The Forum reviewed arrangements for the Holiday Dinner, voted on allocation of funds for Model United Nations and discussed the vacancy for Forum member positions.
An environmental group with more than 16 geographic chapters in the Los Angeles area, the Sierra Club, does a variety of work to promote environmental awareness and safety throughout the United States and the world as a whole.
Students for a Free Tibet (SFT), an international organization already established at college campuses such as Loyola Marymount University (LMU) and UCLA, is in the process of becoming an official club at the University of La Verne.
A new club has been formed with the purpose of providing a voice in regards to women’s issues. The Federation of Enlightened Women (FEW) launched two weeks ago as an established organization on campus.
I commend Miss Nguyen on her letter [“Letters to the Editor,” Oct. 30]; quite possibly it was … somewhat logical.
Plenty of school gear and spirit dominated the University of La Verne last week as a result of the 77th annual Homecoming/Spirit Week, entitled “Leopalooza: A Tribute to Rock n’ Roll,” sponsored by the Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum.
Showing off their jumps, flips, tumbles and other acrobatic abilities, about 15 students from the University of La Verne unite weekly to participate in or witness the World Wrestling Rage Association (WWRA).