April 1, 2005
Just outside the Campus Safety and Transportation Department, Michael Nunez, assistant director of campus safety and transportation, hops into the recently donated Ford F150 pick-up truck to run an errand. Other programs, such as the athletics department and the purchasing department, use the truck to transport bulky equipment as well.
A build-up of the noxious gas shuts down the building for about an hour.
The Southland appears to have seen the last of rainfall for the season.
Activist Niyi Coker presents the film and discusses the African American experience.
Mike Senyo, staff writer, chronicles the personal impact of the war in Iraq.
A proposed California law could mimic Oregon's right-to-die statute.
Administrators float the idea of guaranteeing that students can finish their ULV degrees in four years.
The Los Angeles International Church of Christ hosts the annual gathering at the Fairplex.
Although details are still sketchy, administrators intend to reopen the landmark.
The Celebration of Books focuses on faculty authorship.