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Campus Times
March 1, 2002


photo by Jennifer Contreras

In honor of its 75th anniversary as an approved teacher credentialing institution, the University of La Verne School of Education and Organizational Leadership hosted lecturer Jim Burke on Tuesday evening in Founder's Auditorium. Burke is an English teacher at Burlingame High School in Northern California. He discussed his program entitled "ACCESS," which teaches reading, writing and study skills. Burke is also the author of "How to Teach Students to Read the World," and "The English Teacher's Companion: A Complete Guide to Curriculum." He is currently working on "Tools for Thought" and "The Reader's Handbook."


Owners parade pets in local pageant

The animal lovers' event teaches children how to properly care for their pets.

Professor shares his northern exposure with students, faculty

After moving from Alaska, new ULV faculty member Eric Grekowicz joins Modern Languages Department.

Clubs celebrate diversity

Clubs and organizations on campus prepare for recruitment.

Campus grows new 'Rose' in student life

Mary Ann Rose, a graduate intern from Long Beach State, is named new assistant director of campus activities and commuter programs.