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As I woke up at the peak of sunrise, body aching from the day before, I still managed to get up rather perky because I knew Community Engagement Day was only a couple hours away.
Starting the first year of college can be exciting and scary. The only way to find out the truth is to experience it.
Although the tour guides at the University of La Verne have stayed true to the techniques they have used during previous orientations, La Verne started the spring semester with record-breaking enrollment.
Students awaited the beginning of the “Leopards of the Caribbean Carnival” as ASULV set up red and white striped tents at the Ortmayer Athletic Complex for the orientation week finale Sept. 3.
Kristen Campbell, public affairs major, and David Werner, associate professor of English, met in the Campus Center Ballroom to participate in the Lavernapalooza Luncheon on Aug. 31.
Casino and Karaoke Night finished off a week of events organized by the students and faculty of the Student Life administration, where both students and faculty were invited to games of laser tag and outings at Boomers.
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne hosted the Lavernapalooza Club Fair and All-La Verne Picnic Sept. 2 for students, faculty, staff and parents of the University.
Even though this year’s freshmen class was relatively small, there was nearly a 100 percent turn out for this year’s orientation events.
Despite low turnout rates, the University of La Verne’s orientation on Sept. 2 and 3 was a success. Although 550 new students were expected, only 380 checked in.