The monumental milestone the Campus Times recently celebrated is an ode to the publications dedication to storytelling and the pursuit of the truth.
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About 150 former and present communications alumni, students and faculty – with several former Campus Times editors-in-chief – came out to celebrate the Campus Times’ 100th anniversary, with a party and exhibit of front pages through the ages Saturday in the ACB.
The Campus Times reached a milestone this week – 100 years of serving as a watchdog for not only the University of La Verne but also our local community. Through obstacles, brief hiatuses and award-winning highlights, the paper has established a legacy. And it is a staple of the community.
Social media has gained rapid popularity as an instrumental activist tool in recent years with memorable results.
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association awarded the Campus Times online publication for its excellence in content and design with a Gold Crown Award last month in the association’s annual contest.
If you have not logged on to the internet lately, you might want to check out the new Campus Times Web site at laverne.edu/campus-times. The site has been revamped, featuring a cleaner layout, a home-page slideshow and new reader interactivity features.
It’s funny how in a short amount of time, everything will be over. I know my college days have zoomed by me. Since the beginning of this year, I have loved every moment with my classmates, professors and friends I have had here at La Verne.
As the semester comes to an end, it is time for the communications department to unveil the fall 2008 Campus Times editor in chief, La Verne Magazine editor in chief and KULV program director.
The Campus Times was recently awarded the Gold Medal award for overall newspaper excellence by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association – for the 12th consecutive time.
In response to the article regarding the class evaluations (“Evals in need of examination,” Sept. 28), I agree that it is a rather tedious/long evaluation and really does not have pertinent questions to better evaluate the class.