The Annual Security Report to the Campus for the Calendar Year 2002 was released recently by the Director of Campus Safety and Transportation John Lentz.
Writers Archives: Emily Low
It’s no secret that college life is exhausting these days. But what college students go through is very often misunderstood by faculty and parents who reminisce about their own college experiences as a time with few worries and responsibilities: “The good old days.” Things have changed.
More college women are getting breast implants than ever before. A study done by the National Center for Policy Research for Women and Families found last year that 236,888 women underwent breast augmentation surgery.
With the arrival of the new academic year, tuition at the University of La Verne was moved up yet another notch, with undergraduate students paying $1,000 more than they did last year.
The University of La Verne’s psychology department’s doctoral degree program in clinical community psychology recently earned accreditation by the American Psychological Association.