Registering for classes, stressing out about exams, eating in Davenport and attending campus activities are some of the things that the senior class of 2007 will never do again, at least at the University of La Verne.
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Katarina Woloschuk Staff Writer A week full of tug-of-wars, spelling bees and chalk drawings came to a close last Friday with the final and one of the most important competitions during Greek Week. This year’s lip-sync competition and the presentation of the Greek Awards were held in the basketball gymnasium at the University of La […]
Green tea has become the hot new trend in healthy living, though it may just be a cultural trend as some of its supposed health benefits are unconfirmed.
Students and supporters raised $445 at the second annual Rock ‘ n’ Jock held at the Old Gym on March 27 to support the National Kidney Foundation.
On Feb. 15 anti-war strikes took place on several college campuses across the nation to encourage resistance against the Iraq War.
Any college student will agree the process for student loans is full of paperwork and confusion. This is why the University of La Verne Corporate Associates held its fall business lecture and luncheon Nov. 16 at the Sheraton Suites Fairplex.
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne are looking to increase the student activities fee from $90 – a figure stagnant since 1982 – to $270, an increase to be phased in over the next two years.
Only 10 seniors a year get to experience the limelight of the University of La Verne’s Homecoming Court, and I was surprised to find out I was one of them.
Current students and alumni alike were out in force last weekend for the University of La Verne’s annual Homecoming festivities.
On Monday the 10 Homecoming court nominees were announced in a burlesque fashion. All 10 were dressed to impress, as they were announced couple by couple in front of Founders Hall.