May 19, 2000
Senior Eddie Casarez and sophomore David Rojas field question and
concerns of the Marriott housekeeping staff on May 12. Marta Garcia, accompanied
by her two children Yunior and Roberto and her coworkers Leonor López
and Gloria Carrillo are part of the housekeeping staff who want a change
in their working environment.
ULV's housekeeping contractor responds to student concerns over working
Students can expect a 5 percent increase in tuition costs next year.
The Student Management Investment Fund offers business students real-world
The University's professors and employees will be seeing raises for
the 2000-2001 school year.
The Communications Department announces its new student leaders for
the Campus Times, La Verne Magazine and KULV.
Next year's faculty sabbatical recipients share their plans for research
When freshman Traci Caswell asked for a refund from a local mechanic,
the last thing she expected was a law suit and the involvement of KCBS'
After much discussion, the city and the University agree not to change
the public parking arrangement in the Wilson Library parking lot.
The University community gears up for the 108th annual graduation exercises.
The Office of Student Affairs replaces the traditional Lambda
yearbook with a video/CD-ROM version.
Dr. Bill Cook, vice president of academic affairs, authors the historical
memoir, "A Time to Know."
The Annual Service Awards recognize ULV's faculty and staff for their