by Dora Galván Assistant Editor Valerie Beltran knows what today’s school systems lack. Beltran became a full-time assistant professor of education at the University of La Verne during the summer of 2001. Since the state has placed a lot of pressure on raising standardized test scores, schools have decreased, and in some cases eliminated programs […]
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The University of La Verne has several new professors this year. Although Laurie Schroeder is not new to ULV, this is her first year teaching here full-time. She is now on hand to share even more of her knowledge and service.
Sometimes the memories that stick are those of youth and independence. Adham Chehab, the new associate professor of business administration, embarked on the journey of his life at 17 years old.
Associate Professor of Anthropology Felicia Beardsley recently returned from the Western Pacific Islands.
Last week the International Student Center hosted the International Festival 2002, a three-day event featuring the different sights, sounds and themes of the world.
Another faulty sprinkler head caused thousands of dollars worth of damage Sunday night when it went off in the Oaks D Building in room 203, causing flooding throughout the top and bottom floors of the building.
Why is tuition going up? What is being done to improve parking? Why do on-campus students need a meal plan? These questions and many others were answered during panel discussions held last Tuesday and Thursday in the Quad.
Are you hungry and looking for a quick, inexpensive snack? Are you tired of the packaged breakfast food at Circle K? Try one of La Verne’s popular breakfast shops, Miss Donuts and Bagel.
Many new faces have graced the University of La Verne campus this year. Mary Ann Rose is the latest addition to the ULV staff.
With 20 years of experience in educational financial aid, Mary Therese Lindsay took the helm this month as the new director of financial aid for the University of La Verne.