It is hard to believe that I am graduating college in just nine days from today.
Writers Archives: Laura Czingula
The search for a new undergraduate admissions director is over and the candidate has been chosen for the University of La Verne.
A new sex craze has hit the country. Viagra, the new pill that conquers impotence, is everywhere and almost everyone is talking about it.
For high school students, playing basketball in college or in the NBA is a dream that may or may not come true. However, in Spike Lee’s new movie, “He Got Game,” high school standout Jesus Shuttlesworth has the choice of playing where ever he chooses.
Although the new ruling from the NCAA does not pertain to me, nor to athletes at the University of La Verne or other Division III schools, I can still relate and am happy with the new decision.
Dedicating one’s self to a job and a career deserves credit and recognition. At colleges and universities, dedicated faculty who take their job seriously have been recognized and are being awarded.
My roommate received a memorandum from the Registrar’s Office on March 20 stating, “As of today, you have not contacted me as to verify your status for participating in the 1998 Commencement Ceremony. You are not cleared to participate at this time. If you plan on walking this May, you need to see me immediately […]
The University of La Verne Communications Department was recently awarded at the 49th annual California Intercollegiate Press Association (CIPA) awards, held April 17-19. The event was hosted by University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
E. Elwell Averbeck died on April 7, 1998, following a period of failing health. The 92-year-old man was the founder and chairman of Averbeck Company Insurance Brokers, Inc. and a major supporter of the University of La Verne.
As the Leopards took the track and the light drizzle fell upon them from the sky last Saturday, the University of La Verne track team also fell short of its opponents.