Carlos “Ernie” Granillo, a dedicated 10-year University of La Verne employee, died Saturday night. He was 53.
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Jennifer Newton chats with Sean Saraf between classes.
Following allegations of logistical problems and rumors of voter manipulation, the Associated Student Federation Forum elections were postponed last week and held this Tuesday and Thursday.
“If you want it, you’ll win it,” were the words head coach Julie Kline told her softball team after a disappointing loss last Friday to Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference rival Cal Lutheran.
As the semester winds down to its last weeks, graduating seniors are faced with many decisions.
Wednesday was the perfect day to spread the message of unity and justice at the fourth annual Peace Fair, presented by the Peace Studies Department.
Mail center clerk Ernie Granillo has come to rely on his personal radio to listen to KULV while working in the Student Center mail room.
The University of La Verne chemistry department can add another fine professor to their list of greats, due to the arrival of a young and ambitious assistant professor.
The La Verne Fire Department is still investigating the cause of a house fire, which started in a D Street garage and spread, demolishing the structure.
Monday afternoon gave the La Verne community a rare view of the “L” representing La Verne College.