March 15, 2002
The slogan "Yo no quiero Taco Bell" was heard throughout
the streets of the business sector of Irvine in an organized protest against
Taco Bell Monday. The Coalition of Immokalee Workers, who are fighting for
better working and living conditions for the farmworkers who pick Taco Bell's
tomatoes, traveled in a bus from Immokalee, Fla., to Irvine, stopping and
picking up other supporters. The Bay Area organization Art and Revolution,
in collaboration with the coalition, used street theater to present the
death of justice and the consumer-driven nature of corporations such as
The tuition remission benefit for ULV employees is the subject of a
Career choices and job opportunities provide openings for both undergraduate
and graduate students at the annual event.
The spring semester brings the new Speech Communications major and minor.
Al Reyes, director of diversity and community programs at ABC, spoke
to guests and members of the Latino Student Forum about becoming a reporter
Marchers, led by 65 farm workers, met in Santa Ana and marched five
miles to Irvine to protest the treatment of the chain's employees.
A malfunctioning sprinkler went off in one of the rooms of the F building
in the Oaks for the second time this year.
On-campus interviews are being held this month and next at the University
of La Verne's Career Development and Placement Center.
The city of La Verne has been fighting the war on graffiti since enacting
a hotline designed to respond to graffiti faster.