Students of Pride discussed how to become an ally to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender students and members within the La Verne community at an event called Building Bridges.
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Focussing on the urgency of extending the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension to the eastern San Gabriel Valley and Inland Empire, the I Will Ride Campaign is a call to action to finish what was started.
The La Verne United Methodist Church held its first Earth Day celebration last Sunday. The service, “A celebration of our planet and its creator” brought about 20 local residents out to celebrate one week early.
From what we are taught, a form of responsibility is knowing when you are wrong, and also being forward in acknowledge when you are wrong.
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.
Among questions circulating during election time are those centered on the draft and whether Bush, or Kerry for that matter, would support its reinstatement given that the Iraq war could drag on indefinitely.
Democratic congressional candidate Cynthia Matthews greeted citizens at an open house Sept. 25 in Claremont in an effort to get her message to the people.
La Verne resident and former student Cynthia Matthews will challenge incumbent Rep. David Dreier to represent the local 26th Congressional District, which includes La Verne, in the November general election.
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.