May 18, 2001
Contrasting school colors represent the decisions that ULV alumni
will soon face, while departing hands forecast the parting of ways that
students must ultimately face. The Rock, having been painted and used as
a voice of the students time and time again, will serve as an anchor, reminding
alumni of their history at ULV.
The American Bar Association's Accreditation Committee refuses provisional
accreditation for the ULV College of Law.
The professor of sociology and criminology takes her talents east.
Seniors prepare to say goodbye during the annual rites.
The annual Senior Luncheon gives impending graduates a chance to reflect
on their La Verne experience.
The Campus Times and La Verne Magazine announce new editors
in chief and photography editors for the fall semester, while KULV gains
a new program director.
The Campus Times adviser accepts the position of director of
academic advising and student retention.
The program moves in preparation for the renovation of the Lemon House
into the Communcations Arts Building next year.