Though the cacophony of complaints about everything from the cost of the meals at Davenport to the cost of Scantron forms is more or less constant on any campus, it reaches a higher level as students get closer to graduation. They complain about the cost of the ceremony and diploma processing, lack of enough tickets […]
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I am an alumnus and was recently browsing the Campus Times Web site when I came across the article regarding the formation of a MEChA chapter at ULV.
Dan Ross was the only undergraduate student from the University of La Verne who flew to British Columbia, Vancouver to give a presentation on his research paper.
Since the events of Sept. 11, I have been dumbfounded by the arguments of those who advocate non-violence at this juncture [“Letters to the Editor,” Nov. 30].
Graduating in three years from the University of La Verne, senior Dan Ross received an academic achievement award last Tuesday night in Founders Auditorium.
After reading the editorial entitled “Military strategies lack attention” [April 27], I found myself perplexed by logical progression of the article.