March 5, 2004
Rob Fukuzaki, a ULV graduate, now serves as sports anchor on KABC every
weekday. Fukuzaki was the keynote speaker at Saturday's Southern California
Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Conference in the ACB building. This
is the first time ULV has hosted an SPJ workshop.
The Inland Southern California Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists
holds its annual workshops on campus.
Local residents turn out in large numbers for Tuesday's primary election.
Supermarket workers across Southern California return to work after five months
on the picket lines.
A peace conference is scheduled for next weekend at the La Verne Church of
Democrat front-runners John Kerry and John Edwards square off in a final
debate before the California primaries..
Michael Abraham makes the donation to help fund the construction of a new
The Office of Housing and Residential Life contributes backpacks and school
supplies to local underprivileged children.
Students share their views on voting in Tuesday's election.
Many students stayed away from the polls in the latest election.
Proposition C is approved to give a facelift to Bonita Unified School District
The Schwarzenegger-backed fiscal measures gain widespread local support.
Two new municipal programs aim at encouraging conservation.
The Coalition for Diversity sponsors a workshop on gay, lesbian, bisexual
and transgender issues in the classroom.
The Islamic Center of Claremont organizes scout troops for local Muslim children.
A new eatery, Faith's Comfort Food, is slated to open next to the ULV bookstore.
Wayne L. Vaughn, Jr., is shot and killed outside a Hollywood night club.