While subtle music played in the background and the sun beamed with warmth, students learned information about the upcoming 2016-17 school year elections as they enjoyed garlic noodles, pineapple chicken, sushi, and cheesecake.
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From convincing an audience that the candles they were given were made from humans to posing as corporate executives on live television, two men have gone to great lengths to prove sometimes, it takes a lie and a bit of humor to send a message.
The Campus Activities Board introduced the 2015 Homecoming Court at the magical Lumos and Yule Ball Monday in the Campus Center.
The University of La Verne is currently conducting on-campus interviews for new deans for the College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Education and Organizational Leadership and the Regional and Online campuses.
ASULV President David Asbra sits down with the CT Podcast to discuss his recent trip to Washington, D.C., in support the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act and its effects on Greek life. Plus, Asbra sheds some light on lobbying in front of Congress.
Junior political science major David Asbra traveled to Washington, D.C., to lobby for the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act with approximately 105 students from various universities across the nation with the Fraternal Government Relations Coalition.
Students discussed and received answers about pressing issues like tuition, financial aid and housing from administrators at the ASULV town hall meeting Thursday night in La Fetra.
The proposed 2015-16 state budget includes an 11 percent cut in Cal Grants, which translates to nearly $1,000 less state money for each new student here.
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne unanimously passed a resolution Monday condemning the proposed tuition increase for the 2015-16 school year.
This is the first of a series of stories highlighting key issues on and off campus. This first story deals with parking, a polarizing issue on campus. Host Julian Mininsohn gets the perspective from key officials as well as students from the University of La Verne.