Campus news for the week of May 12, 2000.
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Due to a sudden illness, Professor of Psychology Arthur Gonchar has taken a medical leave of absence and is not expected to return for the rest of the semester.
President Stephen Morgan has taken a leave of absence as of Tuesday, April 4, leaving Dr. Bill Cook, vice president of academic affairs, and Phil Hawkey, executive vice president, to attend to any matters concerning the University of La Verne.
Thousands of dollars in legal fees and frustration surround the city of Miami, Fla. People are willing to die for a child’s freedom. Families are torn apart, all while a little boy named Elian Gonzalez plays outside while wearing a shirt that clearly reads: USA.
What has only been described as a miscommunication made by those involved resulted in the Wilson parking lot having 34 spaces painted orange on Wednesday.
Campus news for the week of April 7, 2000.
When one thinks of a library, hearing the sounds of a trio is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. However, the La Verne Public Library broke its image of complete silence on Saturday.
For many students, high school is held close to the heart, yet far from the memory. Too many times the person that one had lunch with everyday, simply becomes “that girl” or “what’s his name,” due to lack of communication.