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Dear Editor, I actually liked the article “Give diversity groups a chance” (March 11). To me, the article spoke truth. It pointed out to me that there were events held for Black History Month and I had no idea because I saw much more advertisement for Greek life. Some of the Greeks are a bit forward with their campaigning which was why, once again, I decided not to go through the process... 

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Several of our students, including Melly Ramirez, helped some elderly people at the Michael Ryan concert on March 5. They did this without being asked and without knowing that one of the people in the group is Michael Ryan’s brother. They did not get the names of other students who helped them, but this is an example of how great our students are – they truly live our mission of... 

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Responding to a letter of Nov. 19, I agree with the city of La Verne that a traffic signal at the intersection of C and Bonita is not justified. We admire ULV students and faculty sensible enough to park north of Bonita and walk to the campus, avoiding the annual parking fee. There is ample space to park on city streets. Crossing Bonita at C sometimes requires a short wait until the stream... 

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, This is in reference to the Campus Times article, “Athletics could lose facilities with new campus construction” (Nov. 12). While this is a good article that addresses a topic of concern to student and student-athletes, it unfortunately appears that this did not include the most current information prior to printing the article, and this has created some factual and philosophical misrepresentations. It... 

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, In the Nov. 5 issue of the Campus Times, the editors recommended a minimum SAT score higher than the 850 combined score apparently proposed by the College of Arts and Sciences (“SAT minimum should be raised”). If the proposal is to not accept applications from students with a score below 850, we think such a policy would be ill-advised. The National Association for College Admission... 

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, Last week’s editorial on the Opinions page (“ULV should consider green energy,” Oct. 22) was very timely. While that article was being written, the University was in the process of submitting an application for an energy grant that will, if successful, allow us to pilot a photovoltaic project on campus. Facility and Technology Services has been exploring solar alternatives for about... 

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, In response to last week’s editorial about the Spotted Pig on the Opinions page (“This little piggy has a problem,” Oct. 15), I would like to say that that campaign is not merely an effort to get your pocket change. It is about getting students to give back. It’s an endeavor to instill in us a practice of giving that can impact our world. I believe helping those around us who are... 

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, I was, frankly, shocked to read Cherlynn Clark’s comment in “ULV fills Cal Grant gap” (Oct. 1) that “It upsets me that …the state could have delayed my education.” The last time I looked, the United States is what it is because people do not expect the government to support them. Education is a privilege that we earn, not a right. I donate a lot of money to ULV and... 

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, I would like to comment on outsourcing mentioned in the recent interview of Dr. Ispahani (“Ispahani reflects on 40 years,” May 14). Honestly speaking I would prefer buying a U.S. product for $20 over a Chinese product of $10. Customers’ behavior towards a product depends on how they value it. In this economy people look for affordable and good quality products. In my country, India,... 

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, One of the values of the University of La Verne is community and diversity. Living that mission was very much in evidence today when coach Richard Reed and Pui Lok Choi teamed up to bring members of the athletic teams (basketball, football, soccer and perhaps more) to support Autism Month at the Pomona Valley Workshop. They gave up their Saturday to shoot hoops with people suffering from... 
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