May 11, 2001
Graduating in three years from the University of La Verne, senior
Dan Ross received an academic achievement award last Tuesday night in Founders
Auditorium. Sharon Davis presented the award on behalf of the Behavioral
Science Department in the field of criminology. Davis said that Ross was
a strong member of his fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
The second time is the charm for the interim ASF president, who defeats
challenger Anthony Granillo.
University officials review progress made in the school's three-year
salary equity plan.
The new lab hopes to improve the careers of local teachers, as well
as ULV professors.
The annual event pits fraternities and sororities against each other
in friendly competition.
Residents of the new Oaks F-building share their experiences.
After many fits and starts, ASF's benefit punk show finally gets off