Mackay MorganArmstrong, sophomore kinesiology major, and Ryan Konrad, sophomore communications major, were elected as the president and vice president respectively of the Associated Students of La Verne for the 2021-2022 academic year.
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Junior social science major Sarah Morales has been elected Associated Students of the University of La Verne president for the 2020-2021 academic year, and sophomore information technology major Michael Rodriguez has been elected executive vice president.
After six months of developing the concept for OSHUN, the group’s student leader received an email last month from several key departments rejecting the organization to serve as a funding structure.
Oshun is a goddess of the Yoruba people in southwestern Nigeria; she is the goddess of love, fertility and protection. She stands for opportunity, spirit, harmony, unity and negotiation.
Last month, the student body elected junior political science major Jackie Ku and sophomore kinesiology major Justin Parnell president and vice president, respectively, for the Associated Students of the University of La Verne.
Junior political science major Jackie Ku was elected Associated Students of the University of La Verne president and sophomore kinesiology major Justin Parnell as ASULV executive vice president in election results announced Wednesday afternoon. The two ran unopposed.
Junior business administration major Alexis Coria and junior kinesiology major Alaia Azarcon were elected ASULV president and executive vice president for the 2016-2017 school year.
Politically charged discussion about campus issues regarding tuition, student involvement and communication between students and administration heated up Associated Students of La Verne’s candidate forum Wednesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
ASULV President David Asbra sits down with the CT Podcast to discuss his recent trip to Washington, D.C., in support the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act and its effects on Greek life. Plus, Asbra sheds some light on lobbying in front of Congress.
I am writing a response to Anthony Reyes’ letter to the editor published last week.