May 5, 2000
On Thursday, April 27, Debbie Roberts, Protestant campus minister,
President Stephen Morgan, and Rigoberta Menchú, along with translator
Madeline Rios were all on hand for the rededication of the Peace Pole, located
in the University Mall. The Peace Pole, which was erected in 1998, bears
the message, "May Peace Prevail On Earth," in eight languages
for all students to see. The event was in conjunction with the Multicultural
The University's annual Multicultural Fair offers a variety of experiences
to the community.
Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigobertu Menchú visits the University
in two special events.
The Latino Student Forum hosts its Bienvenida Dinner.
Lack of student interest is blamed in the cancellation of this year's
edition of the Lambda yearbook.
The annual event, hosted by President Stephen Morgan, recognizes graduating
students for their accomplishments.
ULV Internet users are warned about the "I Love You" virus.
Despite the cancellation of senior retreat, a small group of students
attempt to bring it back.
The psychology professor takes time off to recuperate from a heart condition.
As hosts of the California Intercollegiate Press Association convention,
La Verne's communications students got to strut their stuff.
ULV's future lawyers shine in moot court competition.