Students reluctantly began classes at the University of Indianapolis Athens Monday, a week later than both schools were scheduled to begin, after the University of La Verne Athens lost its accreditation due to financial reasons.
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Campus and community news for the week of May 21, 2004.
The NBA season started back in late October and the first few months of games prepare teams for the playoff run.
Attempts to attract deer by local country clubs and housing complexes have also been successful in attracting other wildlife: mountain lions following their food supply.
A packed Founders Auditorium was the scene of the University of La Verne dance team’s Spring Show held April 29. Fifteen quality acts, ranging from hip-hop style dancing to guitar sing-a-longs, thrilled the audience, who were frequently moved to clap, cheer and sing along with the performers.
Intramural soccer came to an exciting end with a victory by Chet’s team over Chi Delta Omicron to take home the Intramural Soccer Championship with a 7-6 victory April 15 in the Old Gym.
One of the fastest growing tobacco trends is becoming popular with students at the University of La Verne and could possibly affect them in a negative way.
Anxiety and stress continue to rise among college students and a profound yet simple alternative to traditional pharmaceutical solutions is taking hold in dormitories and campuses.
University of La Verne’s budget woes were compounded by a forecasted budget shortfall of an additional $500,000 this semester, largely due to dropping enrollment at the School of Continuing Education.
In recent non-conference action the University of La Verne women’s tennis team played a tough match against Colorado College, edged out 5-4, last Friday at the Nancy Blickenstaff Tennis Pavilion in La Verne.