University of La Verne students gathered in Founders Auditorium last Tuesday to be recognized by what Dr. William Cook, vice president of academic affairs, called “an Academic Awards Night celebration.”
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Students getting out of class walked onto the University Mall and observed the many events that were a part of the University of La Verne’s “Spring Fair.”
An opportunity to experience a small-town atmosphere, wondrous play productions and earn college credit is what one may gain by attending the Ashland Theatre Festival.
University of La Verne students had the opportunity to enjoy music from the Alta Loma High School Jazz Band, drink free Lordsburg Coffee and carry on conversations with alumni at the Career Cafe last Thursday.
For years, young girls have sat in front of their television sets, dreaming of being on stage, looking radiantly beautiful and being crowned Miss America.
Results from the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) contest recently showed that La Verne Magazine (Volume 22, Nos. 1 and 2) left a positive impact on its judges.
With hopes of broadening the horizons of University of La Verne students, the Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum will host Dr. Neil Wollman on Thursday as a guest speaker for the Peace Fair.
There are reasons behind Catholic Campus Minister Elena Cardeña’s statement, “It is dangerous being a woman in this world.”
A safety bulletin was scheduled to be distributed today to the University of La Verne community through the mailing system after two ULV students were followed near the Oaks Residence Hall.