Campus Activities Board, Green Institute for Village Empowerment and the Society of Physical Life Science Scholars hosted a Commuter and Earth Day event in the Davenport Dining Hall and Sneaky Park last Thursday.
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For the second year, Green Institute for Village Empowerment is educating the University of La Verne and its surrounding community about what can be done to preserve the earth where we live.
On Tuesday Sneaky Park was transformed into a symbol of awareness, educating University of La Verne students and the community on the importance of Earth Day.
The University of La Verne’s Earth Day celebration brought out students, faculty and other community members who were all eager to learn more about caring for the environment.
The University of La Verne joined worldwide festivities celebrating Earth Day on April 21 during a fun-filled event geared toward educating people about environmental issues.
Free trees and electric cars were among the attractions at the Earth Day Celebration on April 22, which began with a variety of environmentally friendly attractions on the University of La Verne Quad and ended with a faculty panel discussion in La Fetra Auditorium.
Many University of La Verne students might think twice about taking another to-go box from the campus dining hall after the April 23 Earth Day picnic at the University Quad.
Campus news for the week of Oct. 26, 2001.
In honor of all the commuters on campus, the University of La Verne presented games, food, and prizes on Tuesday.
There was a large turnout at the annual Club Fair, which took place Tuesday in the Quad as students checked out the clubs that were present to see what they offered to prospective members.