Campus and community news for the week of Nov 17, 2000.
Tag Archives | housing
Despite the ongoing criticism that can be endlessly placed on the Office of Housing and Residential Life, that department will always have one major asset in its defense — they provide an unparalleled environment for your college experience.
The Office of Admissions believes that “the worst is over” in the University of La Verne’s overcrowding dilemma.
Roommates and computer science majors Nick Van Der Wande and Jason Opdycke have made a proposal to assist in installing Ethernet into the Oaks Residence Halls. Ethernet is a service which would allow students to connect to the Internet without having to use their phone line.
Living in college dorm rooms can be the most exciting experience of a young adult’s life. Roommates, parties, sororities, fraternities and meningitis?
On Sept. 10, the University of La Verne’s Stu-Han residence hall was vandalized.
Construction of the newest Oaks residential building is proceeding as planned in order to meet the deadline of opening the new residence hall pod by the end of the January Interterm.
Yes, it is that time again, the start of another school year at the University of La Verne. The quaint college with the scenic campus and desirable small-school qualities, located in Small Town, U.S.A., otherwise known as La Verne, Calif.
Resident Advisors Angela Perry and Fiona Cater, Campus Safety Officer Laura Velasquez, Area Coordinator Julie Hurst and La Verne Police Officer Ramzi Rabadi discuss the vandalism that took place in the Stu-Han dorms.
Students at the University of La Verne recently had the opportunity to receive a $500 scholarship as well as free room and board.