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Campus and community news for Sept. 24, 2010.
Hector Delgado presented his research on the relationship between immigrants and unions in the first lecture of this year’s Faculty Lecture Series.
The influx of new students, and expectations that this year’s enrollment increase will hold steady has created the need for additional on-campus housing.
This fall’s record-setting enrollment should benefit the University of La Verne’s prestige and financial well being. But the significant number of new undergraduate students has put a squeeze on resources such as housing.
Record enrollment of new traditional-aged undergraduate students at the University this semester has caused some parking issues, but not the crunch anticipated by administrators.
Convocation speakers hailed a tech-savvy generation, encouraged new students to enjoy college within reason, and asked them to make a difference in the world – as so many Leopards have.
Students awaited the beginning of the “Leopards of the Caribbean Carnival” as ASULV set up red and white striped tents at the Ortmayer Athletic Complex for the orientation week finale Sept. 3.
With the beginning of a new year, dining services at the University of La Verne have adopted some changes as far as menu items, operating hours and methods of payment accepted at Davenport Dining Hall and Barbara’s Place.
There is a notion among some La Verne students that our university differs from similar schools in one significant way: the level of difficulty, or lack thereof, in our admission requirements.
As professor of education and director of teacher education at the University of La Verne, Peggy Redman has devoted most of her professional life to educating the next generation of teachers in America.