Students will begin feeling the need for money as the University of La Verne has decided to increase the institutional tuition by 6.05 percent starting fall 2005.
Writers Archives: Amby Sarabia
It was only four years ago that I was a timid freshman, afraid to voice my opinions and questioning my every move, worried I wouldn’t be liked by my fellow classmates.
Campus and community news for the week of Nov. 19, 2004.
Seniors who are planning to apply to graduate schools received the advice they needed from a two-part workshop held by the Institute for Multicultural Research and Campus Diversity.
Calling all Jude Law enthusiasts! His latest movie, “Alfie,” released last week, proves to be yet another well-acted piece.
I am heartbroken yet again; I cried Wednesday morning as I woke up to the news: “President Bush will serve a second term.”
As the flu season is upon us, many students at the University of La Verne are left without options when it comes to receiving a protective flu shot.
I’m confused. I thought senior year was supposed to be easy, the way that it was in high school.
Upon entering ULV many students have set agendas and majors. Through the course of college many find new inspirations, talents and loves for other areas of study. LaVelle Wilson and Cliff Edwards discovered their love for music.
The University of La Verne received a record number of applications this year – 2,000, compared with 1,680 applications for the 2003-04 year – which translated into 559 new students and the largest entering class to ever pour onto the ULV campus.