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Students struggle to find parking

Students struggle to find parking
With the limited number of parking spots available on the University of La Verne campus and a historically high 2,500 students, this free shuttle takes some students, faculty and staff to a remote parking lot on A Street, south of Arrow Highway. The remote lot has 332 spaces. The shuttles stops at the northeast corner of parking lot D. / photo by Katherine Careaga Erica Maurice Staff Writer With the... 

Tuition increase is unjustified

Tuition increase is unjustified
Editorial cartoon by Jason D. Cox Attention students: Prepare to empty your wallets, max out your credit cards and expand your debt as you pursue your education at the University of La Verne. A 6.5 percent increase in tuition has been approved for the 2012-2013 school year, bringing tuition up to $33,350, which is $2,050 more than for the 2011-2012 school year. The class of 2013 will be paying $5,100... 

Multilevel parking

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ULV needs to grow smarter

As progress on the new dorms continues and the successful opening of the long-awaited parking lot earlier this week, it looks as if the University of La Verne is growing at a steady pace. However, the appearance of growth through construction is not the only thing we have to be concerned with. Even though admissions enrolled the same number of students this year as last, we still have an over-crowded... 

Parking paradise

Parking paradise
Parking lot D opened for business early Tuesday. Students and faculty can now park in the new parking lot south of the Campus Center. Built on the site of Ben Hines Field, the new lot adds 332 spaces to campus parking, making it the biggest University lot. /photo by Cameron Barr  Read More →

New parking lot to open Tuesday

New parking lot to open Tuesday
President Deborah Lieberman prepares to cut the Leopard ribbon with Chip West, senior director of central services and capital planning, and several students. The new lot will accommodate more than 300 cars, triple that of any current lot at the University of La Verne. It will have a parking spot counter at the entrances, showing how many spots are available. / photo by Mitchell Aleman Veronica Rodriguez Staff... 

Practicing to protect and serve

Practicing to protect and serve
Members of the La Verne Police Department spent eight hours Tuesday on rapid deployment tactical training exercises, which took place in an empty warehouse at the south end of A Street. The site also houses temporary off-site parking for the University of La Verne campus. As part of the exercises the officers learned defense tactics and search techniques. Sgt. Ray Steitz said the officers know when... 

Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, On April 30, 13 members of the La Verne basketball team took their Saturday to volunteer at the Anthesis Autism Services Second Annual “Athletes for Autism” event, held at the Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona. The athletes worked with autistic adults and supported the efforts of Pomona Valley Workshop to provide services for adults with developmental disabilities. With... 

New lot to help parking situation

Alexa Palacios Staff Writer A new parking lot is yet another addition to the growing list of capitol projects in the pipeline. With $1.3 million price tag, this new lot should be nothing short of technologically forward. The planned 380 parking spaces, a single day parking option, traffic counters and safety stations are a few of the features this lot which will occupy the area that is now the Ben... 

Letter to the Editor

Dear Editor, Responding to a letter of Nov. 19, I agree with the city of La Verne that a traffic signal at the intersection of C and Bonita is not justified. We admire ULV students and faculty sensible enough to park north of Bonita and walk to the campus, avoiding the annual parking fee. There is ample space to park on city streets. Crossing Bonita at C sometimes requires a short wait until the stream... 
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