Campus Times
October 27, 2000

photo by Natalie Fowle

Seniors Kristie Cargill and Stephanie Brown take their turn rocking in the fourth annual Phi Sigma Sigma Rock-A-Thon on the La Verne campus. Nationally the Rock-A-Thon began in 1971 to raise money for the organization's philanthropy, the National Kidney Foundation. Each Phi Sigma Sigma member had two three-hour shifts over a 24-hour period. They began rocking on Tuesday at 3 p.m. and concluded Wednesday at 3 p.m. The sorority raised over $3,000 last year and raised over $200 in donations during the 24-hour period, when they also handed out information on kidney disease.

Parsons joins new ULV movement

An expanded focus on the athletic training program brings Deborah Parsons to La Verne.

Students teach others about good part-time jobs

Balancing work and school is a perennial dilemma for working students.

Zervigon sketches new home at ULV

Dr. Andrés Zervigon joins the Art Department faculty.

New service targets student athletes

The Counseling Center works with the Department of Movement and Sport Science to offer a new sports psychology program.