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ASULV not providing leadership

ASULV not providing leadership
Editorial cartoon by Brian Velez The University of La Verne currently has more than 2,500 main campus traditional undergraduate students. Seventeen of those undergraduate students have taken it upon themselves to represent the other 2,500 and also choose to thrust themselves into a leadership position at ULV. These students deserve respect for the courage involved in taking on this role. They have... 

ASULV focuses on communication

John Bottala Staff Writer The Associated Students of the University of La Verne hope to increase campus communication through scheduling town meetings, and the group plans to propose transforming La Verne into a wet campus. ASULV President Nick Sloot and staff spent the summer coming up with ways to increase communication between faculty and students. One idea is to hold a town meeting, which would... 

ASULV officers win unopposed

Jason D. Cox Staff Writer The Associated Students of University of La Verne announced their newly elected officials – all of whom ran unopposed – last week. Seven positions were filled following the unsuspenseful election. Officers include Nicholas Andrew Sloot, a junior physics major, starting a second term as ASULV president; Ava Jahanvash, sophomore political science and economics major,... 

ASULV needs presence in campus issues

ASULV needs presence in campus issues
Editorial cartoon by Anthony Juarez While the Associated Students of the University of La Verne represent the student body of the University of La Verne, not many can name exactly what their duties entail. “When faculty, staff and upper administration need feedback on their current or future actions, it is ASULV’s responsibility to speak on behalf of the entire student body,” Executive Vice President... 
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