Campus Times
March 22, 2002

photo by Juan Garcia

Monday afternoon gave the La Verne community a rare view of the "L" representing La Verne College. It was carved in 1919, in the San Gabriel Mountains, just north of the University. The yearly tradition of maintaining the "L" was stopped in 1996 when the Forest Service denied the University's permit due to environmental reasons. Today, students and residents are rarely able to view this treasure.

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