Campus Times
October 20, 2000

photo by Natalie Fowle

Miss La Verne 2000, Liana Acosta, a University of La Verne sophomore, is seated in a 1955 Austin-Healey driven by Don Southworth for the Homecoming Parade. A sophomore at the University of La Verne, this is Acosta's second appearance as Miss La Verne in a community parade. Other parade participants included Grand Marshall and Executive Vice President of ULV Phil Hawkey, the ULV Homecoming Court, floats presented by ULV clubs, organizations and offices. The Associated Student Federation and Greek organizations were also included.

Brooks is back; sabbatical a success

German professor returns reinspired from trip to her homeland.

ULV class of '43 still has school spirit

Several La Verne classmates find themselves reunited once again in retirement at Hillcrest Homes.

Juarez finds friendly home at La Verne

Senior Louis Juarez took a long, winding road to come to ULV, including at stint in the Marine Corps.

Tale of two ULV offices

The administration takes steps to ease the campus' overcrowding problems.

photo by Denisse Villalba

Jason Walker hopes to get a strike for his team as Chuck Chastin keeps a close eye on him. Chaparral Lanes closed to the public early last Tuesday evening to give University of La Verne students a chance to have fun and bond during Cosmic Bowling, a planned part of Homecoming Week 2000. Cosmic bowling has been a continuing success for the Associated Student's Federation as well as ULV clubs and organizations.

photo by Natalie Fowle

The International Student Organization won first place for its float in the Homecoming Parade. Derek Wendt dressed as Tarzan and played the bongo drums as the float proceeded west on Third Street.