I am writing in response to last week’s column, “Bilingual advantages immeasurable,” written by Angelica Martinez. It seems as though Miss Martinez has a strong opinion about the issue of bilingual education being incorporated into California school systems, but I hate to differ.
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With a new Campus Times editor in chief, photography editor and La Verne Magazine editor selected for the 1998 fall semester, the University of La Verne Communications Department looks forward to achievement, motivation and dedication.
Movies are trendy, and because the movie industry goes through phases, movies that have been released in the past few months have started a new Hollywood genre of entertainment.
A Community Marketplace and Fiesta was held Saturday in Old Town La Verne, where the University of La Verne General Motors Marketing Internship (GMMI) class presented the Crestview Cadillac Catera.
The Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum has elected a new president, vice president, seven new Forum members and re-elected one Forum member for 1998-99 at the University of La Verne.
It has been 15 long, spectacular years of coaching at the University of La Verne for Owen Wright, professor of physical education, who will retire this month. But for Wright, he will take with him fond memories of ULV when he moves to Oregon next month.
The Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum met in the West Dining Room Wednesday, April 29, for the last time of the 1997-98 school year, looking at a revised budget and elections.
As the end of the season is rapidly approaching, the University of La Verne baseball team looks to finish off on a positive note, losing one game against Masters College, three to Cal Lutheran and winning Wednesday against the University of California, San Diego.
The Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum met in the West Dining Room Wednesday, April 22 looking at Spring Fest, elections and closing events for the end of the semester.
I realized last weekend at the California Intercollegiate Press Association (CIPA) competition how difficult it really is to be a journalist. Being a communications, radio, television or journalism major is not as easy as so many people on campus seem to think it may be.