Students offered insightful commentary following the Vice Presidential Debate between Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence Monday evening in La Fetra Lecture Hall.
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With bright ideas such as an app that will announce on-campus events and higher transparency of what ASULV is doing, newly elected Associated Students of La Verne President Alexis Coria, junior business administration major, and Vice President Alaia Azarcon, junior kinesiology major, aim to strengthen the University’s mission statement on community and diversity.
Junior business administration major Alexis Coria and junior kinesiology major Alaia Azarcon were elected ASULV president and executive vice president for the 2016-2017 school year.
Politically charged discussion about campus issues regarding tuition, student involvement and communication between students and administration heated up Associated Students of La Verne’s candidate forum Wednesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
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.
I am writing a response to Anthony Reyes’ letter to the editor published last week.
Running unopposed junior Lauren Crumbaker and sophomore Nicole Cuadras were elected president and executive vice president of the Associated Students of the University of La Verne, respectively, Wednesday.
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne 2015-16 election candidates shared their platforms in a meet and greet Tuesday in the Campus Center.
Last summer, ASULV passed a bylaw that states students must have previous ASULV experience in order to run for president and vice president.
Hillary Clinton’s email scandal has put her under the public’s scrutiny even more so than usual. It was revealed earlier this month that Clinton, during her stint as Secretary of State, used her private email address as opposed to her work-related one to conduct government business.