March 16, 2001
The Argentinean social activist, writer and mother, Alicia Kozameh
visited the University of La Verne to speak about her experiences as a political
prisoner during one of Argentina's dictatorships in 1975. Kozameh also presented
her new book "Steps Under Water," narrating her three years of
imprisonment and her exile from Argentina.
Richard McDowell takes the academic reins at ULV.
The Career Development Center brings education recruiters to campus
to meet interested students.
Student Affairs leaders look to overhaul and revitalize La Verne's fraternities
The renowned psychology professor presents his views in a campus lecture.
The annual event brings more than 80 employers to campus.
The Benefit Punk Show still have a future, as students take their cause
to the La Verne City Council.