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In an informal survey, 10 out of 14 students said they do not like the updated website MyLaVerne 2.0.
The University of La Verne continued its expansion of wireless Internet access earlier in the month with the addition of the Arts and Communications Building.
Dear Editor, The Oct. 9 “ULV’s lack of connection” editorial contained a number of inaccurate statements and misconceptions. 1. Contrary to the editor’s claim, the University does not block students from accessing non-University wireless accounts. Connectivity issues with outside wireless networks are in the control of those providers. 2. StuHan/Brandt wireless access was upgraded over […]
Dear Editor, I’ve noticed that La Verne had a reception for the new Web site designers and the fact that the site is up (“Celebrating a new look,” Sept. 25 and “La Verne revamps Web site,” Oct. 9). Why would an institution that struggles financially throw such a party? In fact, why would you celebrate […]
We all, at one point or another, have accessed the Internet through the University’s network. But what if that just isn’t good enough? What if we want to access an account through an outside wireless connection? The University has made it increasingly difficult to use outside sources.
The University of La Verne’s official Web site has been noticeably modified for the fall semester, receiving both positive and negative response to its new design and functionality. The Office of Information Technology, in charge of maintaining laverne.edu, altered the Web site design and also added new user-friendly features.