The rhythmic sounds of John Coltrane floated in the air at the “Black Art Show” Feb. 21. The show was put on by the African American Student Alliance and was held in the University of La Verne’s West Dining Room.
Writers Archives: Crystal Apilado
How do you say goodbye to people that you care about? How do you say goodbye to people that you have become friends with, when you know that you may never see them again? How do you even find the time or even the right words to go to every single person here and say […]
Dear Chuck, I miss you very much, and I’m not sure exactly what I could have done to help you feel better. I know that you were hurting very badly, and I hope that you are no longer hurting anymore. I’m not exactly sure what I could have said to you, except that I understand…
Some call him “The Senator,” some call him brother and some call him friend.
When the spring 2002 semester starts at the University of La Verne, new leaders will step up to the plate in the Communications Department.
The University of La Verne welcomed Jason Neidleman, the new assistant professor of political science and pre-law adviser, this semester.
Southern California, the land of the beautiful, spoiled, rich and famous people. Or so it is said to be. However, how much of that supposed stereotype is true? In fact, how much of the easy-wonderful-life-of-any-person-living-in-California stereotype is true?
Tents were pitched and a picture of a dove hung in the Quad as part of Tent City, a multi-faceted event organized by the Peace Studies Department, the Model United Nations, and other students and faculty.
John Osborne, a former admissions and marketing director for the University of La Verne College of Law, has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the university.
After five months of anticipation and anxiety, University of La Verne students have a new director of activities.