Summer is almost here and that means University of La Verne students will be racing around local businesses and companies looking for work to pay for school, rent or to finally have some extra cash in their pockets.
Writers Archives: Kevin Davies
The city of San Dimas has recently stared a program called San Dimas HEROES, or Helping to Establish a Remembrance of Every Serviceperson, which is designed to honor San Dimas residents, who have served in the military or are currently serving.
Many University of La Verne students were delivered a blow to their pockets when new financial aid packages came out recently. The main reason has been the failure in the federal budget to reinstate many programs, as well as freezing the Federal Work-Study budget, which was seriously cut for the 2004-2005 school year.
The University of La Verne’s Student Athlete Advisory Committee teamed up with other Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference schools committees and Nike to take part in the company’s “Reuse-A-Shoe” program.
Sobriety checkpoints have been taking the peaceful city of La Verne by storm lately.
In an attempt to make education a top priority for the city of Pomona, newly elected Mayor Norma Torres organized the Pomona City Cleanup to be held at 8 a.m. on April 29 at Ganesha Park.
The locally founded Iota Delta sorority made the brave and noble decision March 16 to showcase Greek life at the University of La Verne in a positive light through their “No Sex or Latex” campaign.
Applications for positions in the Associated Students of the University of La Verne, formerly known as Associated Student Federation, have began circulating from the Office of Student Life, as the University looks to create a dynamic group that will bring leadership, structure and changes to campus life.
The University of La Verne men’s baseball team didn’t play proper host to teams traveling from afar this week. The team picked up impressive home wins against Kean University and Montclair State, both from the New Jersey Athletic Conference, while improving its record to 10-7.
The University of La Verne men’s and women’s track and field teams geared up for upcoming SCIAC competition Saturday afternoon with an impressive showing at the prestigious Rossi Relays at Claremont McKenna College.