Campus news for the week of Dec. 1, 2000.
Writers Archives: Jazmine Ponce
Uproarious laughter filled the 50 plus person crowd Monday night at the Brea Improv where comedian Jay Mohr performed a special show.
Campus and community news for the week of Nov 17, 2000.
In life, sometimes, there are friends or acquaintances you are destined to meet. Some change your life for the better and maybe one or two of them change your life for the worse. It seems there is a synchronicity in life where the people around you are destined to be there to influence, educate and […]
Campus news for the week of Nov. 10, 2000.
On Wednesday the first Town meeting of the school year was held. President Stephen Morgan delivered his state of the university address where the main focus of the meeting was on the accomplishments and individuality of the University.
At the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles, the cast of the new film “Little Nicky” met to present a panel discussion on the film
For some people life is hell, but Nicky lives in hell, literally, because his father is the Devil.
Limp Bizkit, the band that had almost every male from the age of 12-30 in backward red Starter caps, is back. In their highly anticipated third album Limp Bizkit does justice to fans by rarely straying from the metal/rap genre that gained them recognition with their last album, “Significant Other.”
When one looks at a painting one sees many things behind the images and paint used to create it. Similarly, when encountering Dr. Andrés Zervigon, the new art history professor, one will see he brings a variety of experience, culture and a love of art to the University of La Verne.