I am writing in regard to the opinion article “What Women’s History Month?” in the March 22 issue of the Campus Times.
Writers Archives: Deanna Reyes
After teaching at the University of La Verne for six years, Deborah Burris-Kitchen, professor of sociology and criminology, will be leaving to teach at Tennessee State University in Nashville, Tenn.
The highly anticipated Associated Students Federation’s (ASF) Benefit Show took place last Saturday in the Second Street parking lot at the University of La Verne.
The housing reservation process was revamped this year in order to simplify and quicken the usually lengthy and time-consuming procedure. Along with these changes to the reservation process, a change is also being made to the dorm rooms themselves.
When one pictures Don Juan, a precise image comes to mind. A dark and mysterious man, clad in a black cape holding a crimson rose between his teeth. Don Juan, the Latin lover; the greatest lover in the world. This stereotype will be transformed by Georgji Paro, director of the Croatian National Theater, and actor […]
The postponed Benefit Punk Show, which was originally scheduled for March 2, will be held Saturday, May 5, from 2 to 6:30 p.m.
For most students, having a full-school course load, a part time job, social time with friends and homework rarely leaves time for extracurricular activities. However, senior Shellie Etheridge has defied all assumptions that students have no time to get involved.
In Andrea Labinger’s office there is a picture on the wall in a green frame of an old storefront that reads “Hector’s Candy and Record Shop.” It was probably fate that her grandparents once owned that candy store in the prominently Latin area of Yonkers, N.Y.
With Southern California’s energy crisis in full swing, many wonder how it will effect other economic issues. Keynote speaker Ronald R. Gastelum, the general manager for The Metropolitan Water District (MWD), spoke to a record crowd of over 300 people at the University of La Verne’s Corporate Associates Spring Business Lecture and Luncheon this Wednesday.
The postponement of the Benefit Punk Show, scheduled for March 2, caused disappointment for its organizers as well as students.