University of La Verne students relieved stress by singing along to some of their favorite tunes Sept. 27.
Writers Archives: Laura Bucio
Campus and community news for the week of Sept. 29, 2006.
Students, faculty and staff gathered Sept. 26 when Professor of Business Administration and Economics Ahmed S. Ispahani gave an informal lecture that focused on the way the Islamic world is viewed today.
Laura Bucio News Editor Red and purple ribbons were streamed across the walls of the Cabaret Theatre, Sept. 21 when approximately 50 University of La Verne students, faculty and administrators gathered to share memories, jokes and embarrassing stories about Jane Dibbell, associate professor of theater arts, who retired this summer after more than 20 years […]
I have made several small but significant decisions in the past week but this one definitely makes the top of that list. I will be getting rid of my car.
The newly implemented posting policy is expected to improve the appearance of the campus and relieve organizations from the task of posting flyers.
A female janitor for the Sodexho company, who suffered an apparent seizure late Wednesday night while on the job at ULV’s Wilson Library, will be transferred to a Kaiser Permanente hospital.
Every once in a while a producer feels there are enough things wrong in the world to make a movie. This season Paul Weitz, writer, director and producer of “American Dreamz,” took on the not-so-difficult task of making fun of the United States by offering a offbeat but insightful look at our president, the war […]
Only the red carpet was missing last Friday in Founders Auditorium as almost every seat was filled for this year’s Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony. The first official members of the ULV Academy were also announced.
“A day without immigrants” became a reality Monday when thousands – including a contingent from ULV – marched throughout the Los Angeles area to show their discontent with a proposed federal law that would seriously limit the rights of undocumented individuals in this country.