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Problematic issues regarding several organizations that directly affect the University of La Verne student body may not come to an end even with the end of the school year.
When I began college three years ago, I imagined the next four years at the University of La Verne to include nothing more than endless nights of term-paper writing, numerous study groups and pots and pots of fully-caffeinated coffee.
In the past, La Verne has organized daily events that take place during specific weeks. It is surprising, however, that these events continue to take place when student participation keeps decreasing.
There are a number of tell-tale signs to point out that a new school year has begun. Professional football begins and pro baseball ends. Blowout back-to-school sales begin and, for those who work at a restaurant or in retail, the summer rush ends. Homecoming preparations begin and, yes, the summer officially ends.
I would like to respond to the Rob Strauss column in last week’s Campus Times.
It was a quiet day. Desolate. Abandoned. Strangely silent. The few people looked stoic. Oh, and there was a football game being played right in front of them.
When I applied to the University of La Verne three years ago, I was under the impression that ULV was set on the principles of prestige and devotion for the continuation of a successful education. Not once did I ever read anywhere, that “spirit” would be a pre-requisite to becoming a good Leo. Spirit? Wasn’t […]
Green and orange will decorate the halls of the campus next week for the 75th annual University of La Verne Homecoming. From king and queen elections, to the Powder Puff football game, to Homecoming day itself, the students of ULV should have an eventful week.