You folks may or may not care, but we here at the Campus Times have been complaining for years that the University of La Verne could put a lot more effort into fundraising than it traditionally has.
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After a much anticipated arrival, a new Nuclear Magnetic Resonance machine arrived on campus Tuesday, marking a new milestone for the University of La Verne.
Christmas time is here and with the big day just a few weeks away, we at the Campus Times decided that it was a good time to compose our very own holiday wish list.
When most mortals think of haunted places, those places generally tend to be abandoned or in an altogether sorry state of repair.
Last Thursday, the La Verne Fire Department received a call reporting a suspicious smell coming from Founders Hall.
Hoping to present a uniform image, the University of La Verne has introduced a new school logo.
Lack of funding has been a problem for most facilities and programs on campus. Because of budgetary considerations, nothing seems to get done, at least not in a timely manner.
The University of La Verne maintenance workers were on their feet last week as rainstorms caused many rooms across campus to flood. Employees on campus are still dealing with the aftermath.
The setting: dark hallways and creaky wood floors. Sprawling ivy darkens the windows and you find yourself all alone.
Hoover Annex, which houses classrooms, the Office of Information Technology and the counseling center, may soon be removed from campus.