With the selection of the 2000 Orientation Week co-coordinators named in junior Kelly Mitchell and sophomore Courtney Henderson, the University of La Verne is in the process of evaluating its freshman Orientation course-University 100.
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Ever find that there is not enough money in the bank account to buy food for lunch or dinner? There are many different choices of food for students that are right off campus, within walking distance, and with reasonable prices.
New O.W.L. (Orientation Week Leaders) co-coordinators have been selected for the 2000-2001 school year.
The play “Life is a Dream” opens at the University of La Verne’s Dailey Theatre tonight, with many people anticipating the success of this 17th century play from the Spanish Golden Age.
Advice regarding campus safety was offered to University of La Verne students who attended a general safety meeting in Stu-Han two weeks ago.
Every day is full of endless possibilities and life changing experiences for people like Nia Foes, who came to the University of La Verne from Greece, to be an active part of the community through her acting career.
Advances in modern technology have continued to affect the way people access information and conduct their daily lives. Students no longer have to leave their room in order to shop, bank or find the perfect date.
New employees have been hired to fill the vacant positions in the Financial Aid Office at the University of La Verne. One information specialist and two financial aid advisers have been hired to contribute to the services that are offered.
Lee Canter, the newest member of the faculty at the University of La Verne, has been named “Distinguished Visiting Professor of Education,” by President Stephen Morgan in a University press release.
The Art Department presents “Spatial” as its newest art exhibiton that is on display in the Harris Art Gallery through Oct. 30.