Campus news for the week of March 5, 2004.
Writers Archives: Beatriz Mendoza
Sophomore Erica Holmes and junior Dustin Elliot attended Winter Formal at the Pasadena Hilton last Friday.
A small crowd of students and faculty gathered in the University of La Verne quad Wednesday and turned their ears to the thick tribal sounds of the University’s West African Drum Ensemble.
“We are the most complex law enforcement in America today,” said Los Angeles County Sheriff, Lee Baca. He presented a public lecture titled “Acting Locally/Thinking Globally: Los Angeles and the War on Terror,” Nov. 18 at the University of La Verne.
Students and faculty received a special treat on Wednesday night when University of La Verne’s own Timothy Durkovic and Los Angeles Philharmonic Concertmaster Martin Chalifour brought three classical masterworks to life.
With the warm sun shining above, a variety of merchants, food stands and entertainers were on hand at the annual Old Town La Verne Harvest Festival Saturday.
The inconsistent nature of gas prices has lead to much speculation about the driving forces behind the fluctuations.
The University of La Verne’s Communications Department held its fifth annual “Halloween Live” on Halloween night in the Arts and Communications Building. Children were all smiles after making an appearance on LVTV3 and receiving candy from Billy Bob, the hillbilly host of “Halloween Live.”
Derek Keepers, a perfectly normal University of La Verne student, has an extraordinary workplace – a mortuary.
Club West Volleyball has found a new home in the former La Verne Hockey Club facility to provide a wide variety of volleyball competition to all ages.