Students living on the University of La Verne campus dealt with the annual ritual of reserving or “squatting” their rooms this week, only to be reminded of Housing’s mindless tradition of charging their residential community a plethora of fees.
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Plans for spring break vary from one student to the next. So what’s on their agenda? Spring break is coming soon, and the week of April 17 through the 24 will be one to remember.
From classics to thrillers, the Book Rack carries almost every type of book a corporate book store could offer, and at a reasonable price. The Book Rack, located at 1405 Foothill Blvd. in La Verne, offers its customers trade-in benefits and store credit for used books.
Freshman Nathan Baca has been given the run around, the cold shoulder, and even been threatened with law suits, all because he followed an instinct that most reporters and writers would only dream to attain.
Music filled the air, and a classical whim flowed through the University of La Verne’s Chapel on Feb. 24. The scattering of fingers across a black and white keyboard was pianist Dr. Peter Green’s way of sharing his award-winning talent with ULV students and community members.
The rain let up and cleared a path for the women’s tennis team to play against Cal Lutheran on Saturday. But Cal Lu poured down hard on La Verne and claimed its victory by winning every singles and doubles match, resulting in a 9-0 final score.
Fine dining, romantic candlelight and a piano serenade at the Ritz. It sounds like something left over for Valentine’s Day. This was no celebration of love between a man and a woman, but rather a celebration for the couple’s love and contributions to the University of La Verne.