How does it feel to travel around the country, trampling those with whom you come in contact? Just ask Stacey Lupu.
Writers Archives: Tim Tevault
University of La Verne officials are hoping the federal government will substantially reduce a $6.9 million fine for apparently illegal recruitment practices in the School of Continuing Education.
Senior Kim Reed gazes at the inside of the Dailey Theater’s pointed ceiling as if she were stargazing on a clear, crisp night. She is on top of a ship, poised and ready to be welcomed on shore.
A chilly November night was the setting for a warm reception Nov. 6 honoring Kenneth Held, dean of the University of La Verne’s College of Law.
Last semester, a bright young scholar decided to write a column about the apathy that exists on this campus. This fine young man was able to articulate his feelings into a newspaper that in all reality probably did not even hit more than a few of his fellow students’ eyes.
Those wandering through the Supertents recently may have noticed a few changes.
Students from the Southern California area flocked to the University of La Verne last Friday for its annual Communications Day.
The University of La Verne women’s volleyball team had the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens running around like chickens with their heads cut off Tuesday night, easily raising its Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference record to 11-0.
Major newspapers across the country were flooded with all sorts of breaking news this week. Readers flocked to newsstands over the past seven days to find themselves surrounded by headlines about the Beltway sniper, the war on Iraq, North Korea and… baseball?
“The Yanks are not coming!” shouted Mike Noonan as he stood admist signs that read “We can’t bomb our way to peace” and “Cooperation is peace, war is hell.” Guitars, accordions and percussion instruments could also be heard amid the honking horns and shouts for peace.