March 26, 2004
One-year-old Ayla Bustillos and her 2-year-old sister, Rebeca, came from
Diamond Bar to Heritage Park, which contains one of the few remaining orange
groves in La Verne. Every spring Heritage Park opens its doors and offers visitors
an opportunity to pick oranges, ride on a tractor and learn a little something
about La Vernes agriculture and history.
Children are given a taste of La Verne's past in the orange groves of Heritage
The upcoming ASF election offers a rarity -- more than one candidate for president.
The LeRoy Haynes Center:
A family-like atmosphere gives troubled youngsters a place to call home.
Future growth is dependent on the assistance of Los Angeles County.
Community pressure prompts the sale of the converted houses used as offices
for the Honors Program and International Center.
The passage of Proposition 57 offers relief for Cal Grant recipients.
A drop in enrollment in the School of Continuing Education is a main factor
in driving up this year's budget shortages.
An alleged hate crime in Claremont is revealed to be a hoax.
A new flow cyclometer is just one of the acquisitions allowing scientific
research to blossom at the University of La Verne.
Professor Christine Broussard and a student will spend the summer working
at the Marine Biological Laboratories on Cape Cod.
Members of the ULV community gather to pay their respects to Ernie Granillo.
The Learning Enhancement Center instructs students in the intricacies of APA
The Coalition for Diversity sponsors a workshop addressing homosexuality and
The DANTES and CLEP exams are offered to help students make it to graduation.