How do you say goodbye to something that has almost involuntarily become a part of your life, whether you liked it or not? That, with every pulse and beat of your heart, it somehow always remained with you.
Writers Archives: LaShanda D. Maze
It came last week, a little before Homecoming, a small green pamphlet named simply, The Newsletter: Student Government Propaganda at its Finest. It entered the student population at the Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum’s most newsworthy time, Homecoming.
Campus and community news for the week of Nov. 7, 1997.
In a newly formatted program that is exploring a different method of competing, the University of La Verne debate team is undergoing one of their busiest schedules with debates every weekend.
Grappling with defeat for the past two weeks, the University of La Verne entered Ortmayer Stadium on Saturday with a new set of goals.
Freshman representative Lehi Dowell and transfer representative sophomore Angelica Martinez were elected to the Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum this past week.
Her last few weeks were spent in happiness. A new romance was budding in her life and she was involved in the causes she believed strongly in.
Jose Barba, Jr., a former student of the University of La Verne, was sentenced Aug. 18 for grand theft by embezzlement at Pomona Valley Superior Court.
As I complete my second year at the University of La Verne, I look back and must reflect on my own personal campus times. Things have gone on, especially this year, that have just blighted my entire college experience.
Receiving a warm welcome from the University of La Verne, the former prime minister of Pakistan, Benezir Bhutto, spoke to a crowded room of students as well as administrators on Monday, May 12, in the Howell Board Room.