Nine months out of the year the dorms are occupied and full of life. When summer comes they are left empty, and in many cases, damaged.
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Ever wonder if those recycling cans on campus actually serve a purpose? Well, they do. The University of La Verne’s recycling program, led by Robert Beebe, assistant director of facilities management, is on the verge of expansion.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.0 on the Richter Scale two weeks ago reminded Southern Californians of the constant threat looming over their heads — or rather, beneath their feet.
Robert Beebe, assistant director of facilities management, has definitely found his place at the University of La Verne’s Operations Department.
On Sunday, Brian Worley, facilities management director, completed the second mosaic on the east side of ULV’s new bookstore.
Sticks were dug into the ground late last month during Earth Week proclaiming “ULV Recycles.” This came as a shock to many students, because rumor had it that the University of La Verne does not recycle.
We can all be accused of taking things for granted, especially our basic needs, like a roof over our heads, food and water. But for those students who live in Stu-Han, especially Wing Four, water has become a basic nuisance, and hot water has become scarce.
Last year when I signed up for campus housing, I debated whether to live in Stu-Han or the Oaks. I opted for Stu-Han, not only because most of my friends live there or because of how close it is to yummy Davenport Dining Hall, but because it is never boring in Stu-Han.
The Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum convened in the West Dining Room Wednesday, electing new members to the Forum and finalizing plans for the upcoming Holiday Dinner.
The students of the University may feel more secure on campus by February 1998 with better lighting around the campus and the residence halls.