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New vice president aims to raise $125 million

Snow blanketed the packed boxes the day the Mylott family moved out of their Virginia home. Sherri Mylott said to her husband, “This is why we’re really leaving.”

School violence may not really be on the rise

A gunshot can be heard across campus. No one is sure whether the sound is coming from on campus or from a distance. The students commuting to school have no idea what might be happening at school. A problem has occurred.

ULV responds to recent college violence

Devastating crimes on school campuses across the nation such as the Virginia Tech and Northern Illinois shootings as well as recent local acts of school violence, serve as striking reminders for University of La Verne students and faculty to remain vigilant.

It never hurts to be prepared

Following recent threats on colleges nationwide whether they be manmade threats or otherwise, the University of La Verne has followed suit in finding ways in keeping its students safe and in the know.

Campus acquires warning system

It seems that a week cannot go by without tragic news of another school shooting. Between the country’s deadliest shooting at Virginia Tech last year, and the surprising Valentine’s Day massacre at Northern Illinois University last week, schools across the country are trying to find ways to provide safer, faster notification systems on college campuses.

Greeks learn about alcohol abuse

Greek students in matching black t-shirts got together, some cheering while others slept, seeing that it was one of the last events for Greek Week 2007.

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