The Campus Times has just hit its centennial milestone as of Monday. The first Campus Times was published on Oct. 14, 1919.
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Revisit the very first issue of the Campus Times, originally published Oct. 14, 1919.
Al Clark, professor of humanities, played a sneak peak of his documentary that chronicles the experiences of 46 University of La Verne alumni Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
Tiffany-Paige Hernandez, junior political science major, presents “From Victorian Hotel to Parking Palace,” for the oral history lecture series Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Alumnus and former professor of communications Bill Neill, who attended La Verne College from 1955 to 1964 as an education major presented just some of the over 60 hours of footage he has shot of The University and its many events over the years to a packed room Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Faculty and students gathered to listen to Al Clark discuss his ongoing project of recording and preserving the oral histories of people involved with the University of La Verne, Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Local legends of ULV’s past have been passed down from one curious student to the next. Everything from hearing eerie noises, seeing ghostly figures, and cold creepy feelings – similar to walking through the bottom floor of Founders Hall.
Many students may not have known about the memorial outside Wilson Library until a few recently took notice and felt the modest memorial – to two ULV students who were killed in World War I – deserved better.
The Old Gym is long gone. The Sports and Science Pavilion has officially been unveiled. A parking lot stands where the tennis courts once were.
Although the University of La Verne was originally founded by members of the Church of the Brethren, it seems that today, these ties to the church have gradually dissipated.