ULV communication students cleaned up at the California Intercollegiate Press Association contest for work produced during the 2002-2003 year. The University's newspaper, magazine, and radio and television stations all won the sweepstakes in their respective categories, making them each the most decorated publications and stations in the state in their respective categories.
La Verne Magazine, Campus Times and LVTV's Eye on La Verne news show were all honored for excellence in two recent national awards competitions, which followed comprehensive critiques by professional journalists and journalism educators.
Within the expansive fairgrounds is a building that stands apart from the rest. Underneath an overly large sign that read "Lights! Camera Science!" was a wall strewn with posters depicting movie trailers from yesteryears to the present. As if one of the characters had actually come to life, a smiling, Marilyn Monroe waved to an astonished crowd.
As University of La Verne students gear up to return to school in late August, journalism professors Elizabeth Zwerling, George Keeler and radio professor Mike Laponis will be meeting with three new leaders for the Campus Times, La Verne Magazine and KULV, respectively, to plan out the fall semester.
Following the ongoing battle with an expired contract and a fight for higher wages, University of La Verne Bon Appétit workers joined together on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. to confront University administration and delegate their needs.
A live oak tree fell in Sneaky Park on Wednesday morning, taking a city light pole with it. This is the third historic live oak to fall on the University of La Verne campus since January due to heavy winter rainstorms.