After what he thought was an unorganized study trip to Mexico, senior Lehi Dowell made sure his concerns were heard.
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Recently, music of the Latin vibe has heavily been accepted on mainstream radio formats, so it is no wonder that KULV, the Rock, has also dedicated an hour each week to “Rock En Español.”
Come January Interterm, students will have the chance to journey to a country of their choice and enjoy the educational and social opportunities abroad.
There is new taste in the lives of University of La Verne’s students who eat at Davenport Dining Hall. Two new faces are trying to make students’ college experience a bit more enjoyable.
Celebrating its 10th Annual Bienvenida Dinner, the Latino Student Forum (LSF) welcomed about 300 people with a night of Mexican food, Mariachi music and a slide show.
Providing an opportunity to “build bridges” between Mexican and American cultures, Debbie Roberts, Protestant Campus Minister and director of peace studies minor, and Davíd Román, Spanish instructor, led a group of twelve students deep into Mexico for a three-week trip during January Interterm.
David Román, a 37-year-old from Temixco, Mexico, was so enthralled by the University of La Verne’s Spanish Department, that he left his family and friends in September 1996 to come to “el norte” and teach.