Junior biology major Bethie Ross and freshman political science major David Asbra were elected as the 2013-2014 Associated Students of the University of La Verne president and executive vice president, respectively, on April 10.
Three recent La Verne alumni and former Campus Times editors were honored this month by the Society of Professional Journalists for stories published in the Campus Times in 2012.
On April 5 federal judge Edward Korman ordered the Food and Drug Administration to allow emergency contraceptives, such as Plan B – the Morning After Pill, to be sold over the counter to woman of any age.
After a tight race, junior Bethie Ross and freshman David Asbra were elected as the 2013-2014 Associated Students of the University of La Verne president and executive vice president respectively Wednesday.
Traditional undergraduate tuition will be raised another 4.9 percent for the 2013-2014 academic year, University officials announced last month.
Senior guard Amanda Copas helped the women’s basketball team reach new heights of success this season. Copas led the Leopards to a .500 winning percentage and scored her 1,000th career point along the way.
The 28 days of Black History Month are over. Now students can turn the page in their American history books and spend months learning about the industrial revolution and the cold war.
Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye, chief justice of the California Supreme Court, answered questions before an audience of about 150 at the La Verne College of Law on Monday.
The city of La Verne placed “no parking” signs Monday on all residential streets within a three-block radius of the University of La Verne. They will stay for the remainder of the fall semester and reappear at the start of spring semester.
The men’s cross country team recently finished their 2012 season, which ended with the team traveling to Indiana to compete in the NCAA Division III National Championships.