A new culture can be an exciting thing to experience, but not many students can spend a semester away from home to travel to another country. Fortunately there are travel opportunities for students who want a short trip with all the fun.
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Libraries and universities are among the institutions feeling an increased sense of uneasiness since the enactment of the USA Patriot Act in October 2001.
In the midst of a war, it is hard to focus on anything else, especially for students who are directly affected by the war in Iraq.
Standing up for what you believe in is something University of La Verne Professor of Zoology and Environmental Science Dan Merritt can teach many of us. Merritt’s zeal, however, goes beyond his concern for the welfare of animals.
The majority of three-unit undergraduate courses could be bumped to four units as soon as fall semester, if faculty supports a proposal by the University’s top administrators.
The University of La Verne’s newly established Campus Sustainability Task Force has a new director, Amy Hoffman, and fresh ideas to improve the campus and community’s environmental awareness.
The peace rally held last week on the Quad addressed the variety of issues that have arisen in recent weeks since the United States has been contemplating war with Iraq.
For the next three years, the University of La Verne is planning to improve and enhance its image in several areas.
The following is a response to the letter from some members of the School of Business and Global Studies [“Letters to the Editor,” Nov. 16].
A total of 77 people were awarded Wednesday morning for their services and commitment to the University of La Verne in 12 different categories.