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Tuition will likely increase for ’16-’17

Brooke Grasso Metro Editor Traditional undergraduate students at the University of La Verne are facing yet another tuition increase of around 3 percent-4 percent for the 2016-17 school year, Chief Financial Officer Avo Kechichian said. With the current proposal, students should expect an increase of $1,240 to $1,538, raising tuition from $38,560 to between $39,800 and $41,000 per year. A final decision... 

Restriction incites student objection

Emily Lau Editorial Director Karla Rendon News Editor Confused upperclassmen gathered in Woody Hall after they were unable to register for lower division courses on the first day of registration Nov. 23 due to a registration restriction. “I was thinking, ‘I need to get in contact with the Provost, I need to fix this and get a straight answer,’ because we were completely blindsided,” said... 

Resident parking is returned

Karla Rendon News Editor The University changed 10 visitor parking spaces into residential spots in response to a petition from the Associated Students of the University of La Verne. In a letter sent to Vice President of Facilities and Technology Clive Houston-Brown, ASULV proposed a compromise, asking for three to four parking spaces for residents and leaving six to seven spaces for visitors and... 

Commentary: Sorority women are feminists, too

<i>Commentary</i>: Sorority women are feminists, too
Hayley Hulin, LV LIfe Editor The word “sorority” carries many meanings, stereotypes and stigmas — some of which are true, while others are incredibly false. The media, especially the movie industry, portray sorority women as dimwitted party-girls and, worst of all, as women who reverse the work feminists have accomplished. It has been my experience that all of these ideas are false. I was skeptical... 

Veterans Day should be observed

Veterans Day is a time to honor those who have served our country. It is a federal holiday where we are able to show appreciation for those who have sacrificed so much to keep us safe and at peace. Yet students and faculty at the University of La Verne were once again unable to have the day off to do so. While many public schools and businesses observed the holiday by closing Wednesday, the University... 

Prospective students need parking, too

Prospective students need parking, too
editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff A recent parking change in front of the Campus Center has added 10 desperately needed spots for residents but has also created an issue for prospective students and families interested in visiting the University of La Verne. Before the change, the spots were reserved for the office of undergraduate admissions’ visitors who were coming to meet with counselors and... 

Students address tuition, parking at ASULV town hall meeting

Students address tuition, parking at ASULV town hall meeting
Students got the chance to air grievances and ask questions of University of La Verne administrators Oct. 16 in Morgan Auditorium. The panel included Chief Human Resources Officer Jody Bomba, Vice President of Strategic Enrollment Management and Communications Homa Shabahang, Vice President of University Advancement Myra Garcia, Director of Financial Aid Diane Anchundia, Provost Jonathan Reed, President... 

Safety fair shares emergency tips

Wayne O’Bannon of Prep and Save shows sophomore business major Jerrol Guidry the various kinds of emergency kits students can keep in the dorms. Prep and Save, located in Upland, sells emergency supplies for many needs and showcased its many products at the University of La Verne’s disaster and preparedness fair Oct. 15 in Sneaky Park. The fair was a part of the Great California Shakeout, an annual... 

Student ambassadors engage in new program

Des Delgadillo News Editor Ten students were announced as the University’s first set of presidential ambassadors Sun­day at a ceremony held at the University House in Claremont. Mirrella Bautista, Nicole Cuadras, Melissa Diaz, Nabel Haro, Bradlee Johnson, Oscar Mauricio, Tamar Miot, Reginald Mitchell, Vidya Narayanas­wamy, Victoria Perez, Adam Plax and Kevin Santos became the first group of students... 

Carnival event draws crowd

Carnival event draws crowd
Junior education major Noelle Cobb tries to splash in another shot to seal the win in the game of water pong. Cobb and partner, graduate psychology major Lyssette Rodriguez, dominate the game winning back-to-back sets at the Campus Activities Board Carnival Night themed event, Sept. 3 at the Campus Center Ballroom. Besides games like water pong and ball toss, students favored the crafting booth, cartoonist... 
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