Campus Times
October 20, 2000

photo by Liz Lucsko

The winning moment of Homecoming 2000 was the crowing of the queen. Out of the five Homecoming princesses Gina Cerullo was voted queen. Cerullo is a senior majoring in communications with a minor in German.

Top Stories

Retention rate proves consistent

ULV's rate of returning current students stays at a healthy 90 percent.



Debate gains top honors at SDSU

ULV's debate squad defeats all comers at the annual Aztec Invitational, hosted by San Diego State University.

Attorney to speak at La Verne

Abortion lawyer Sarah Weddington will lecture on campus next week.

Hoover tenants selected

A look at the process behind the Behavioral Sciences Department's impending move into the Hoover Building.

Fraternity loses house

After 14 years, the Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity is forced to move out of its house due to the deterioration of the structure.

Memo suggests scooters stay outside

The Campus Safety and Transportation Department makes an attempt to regulate the use of Razor scooters on campus.

In The News

ASF Minutes

photo by Liz Lucsko

The unleashing of black balloons revealed senior Danny Craig as 2000 Homecoming King. Craig, a journalism major, was escorted by Princess Shellie Etheridge, a social science major, during halftime of the Homecoming game.