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When I walked into Delhi Palace Express, the first thing that struck me was the bright walls and the aroma of spices. The next thing I noticed was the big genuine smile of Raoimder Gill, one of the employees at Delhi.
Local legends of ULV’s past have been passed down from one curious student to the next. Everything from hearing eerie noises, seeing ghostly figures, and cold creepy feelings – similar to walking through the bottom floor of Founders Hall.
With the economy being shaky and the rise of school expenses, some La Verne students are changing the way they are celebrating Halloween this year.
In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Sigma Kappa sorority and the Campus Activities Board threw a Pink Party on Monday.
As students we all look forward to the day we can say, “I got a job.” To get the job you want, however, you need to distinguish yourself among all the other people going for the same job. And that is what the University of La Verne’s Society of Accountants aims to do.
Even with the busy schedule of a college student, with help from Christ’s X Factor – a Christian religious group on campus – students who are interested in maintaining their Christian connections may do so.
Newly formed this year, the First Generation Club gives first generation college students the chance to sit down and discuss their college experiences.
It is no secret that Taste of Asia in La Verne has delicious, exciting dishes from Thailand, Vietnam, China and even from Laos. Locals and even celebrities such as Larry Thomas (“The Soup Nazi”) and Linda Blair know this and have been here to experience the food for themselves.
On Monday the Campus Activities Board organized a Down Syndrome awareness project for which students made bracelets to donate to the Pomona Buddy Walk’s participating children.
Chamela Grill, a new restaurant on Bonita Avenue, off D street in downtown La Verne, replaces the former Casa Garcia, with similar Mexican fare.