For those of you who plan to graduate on Jan. 22, rather than wait until May, you’ve probably noticed that the distinctive aroma of an impending debacle has begun to waft over the campus. Last year the University braintrust hatched the idea of holding a second graduation ceremony in January, in hopes of luring students […]
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After a five-month delay, the ULV administration finally approved for the renovation of the Sports Science and Athletic Pavilion, formerly known as the Supertents, to break ground. The target completion date for the pavilion came and went on Oct. 15, leaving the chain link fence up and dirt mounds tall on the construction site.
With January coming, the University of La Verne only has three more months to plan for the winter commencement. Scheduled for 3 p.m. Jan. 30 in the Student Center gymnasium, this will be the University’s first winter graduation ceremony.
Jerry Laird, a member of the University Board of Trustees, resigned recently following the faculty decision to deny Republican Congressman David Dreier an honorary doctorate.
Viking! This is a strange word in today’s times; however, at the University of La Verne it has taken a whole different meaning. When you hear that word, one individual comes to mind – Erin McAndrew, a liberal studies major with an emphasis in human development.
With regards to Julie Kim’s article on May 7 titled, “Annual athlete turnover a trend in ULV sports,” the reaction was somewhat disappointing in that it did not tell the entire story.
In a public relations blunder for the University of La Verne, the faculty assembly voted Monday to deny a motion that would have conferred an honorary doctorate to Congressman David Dreier, who delivers the graduate school commencement address later this month.
With the passing of another academic year, another commencement of the University of La Verne’s senior class is upon us.
Campus news for the week of April 23, 2004.
University of La Verne students who finish their coursework in December may get to walk the following January.