Campus Times
May 16, 2003

photo by Jennifer Contreras

In the recent elections for Associated Student Federation Forum officers, sophomore Travis Berry ran uncontested for the office of president. Berry currently serves as vice president, and says that as president he will combat the apathy shown by the student body in regard to student politics.

Top Stories

210 Fwy sparks legal action

Northern La Verne residents seek compensation for property damage they say was caused by construction of the 210 Freeway.

Disputed pay plan approved

Despite strong opposition, the Board of Trustees approves differential pay for the ULV faculty.



Two La Verne colleges become one

The School of Business and Global Studies merges with the School of Public Administration and Health Administration.

LEC will begin online tutoring for students

Students will soon be able to seek assistance on the web from the Learning Enhancement Center.

Campus Times earns SPJ awards

The Society of Professional Journalists awards high honors to ULV journalism students.

Crash causes minor damage

An auto accident sends a minivan crashing into the Mobil gas station at Arrow Highway and D Street.

Gas prices fall, students still feel financial pinch

Despite the decline in gas prices, students hope for more.

Scholarships, grants not unlimited

Students discover the downside to earning outside financial aid money.

On-campus parking will cost $20

The University institutes fees for parking permits, beginning in fall.

Commencement 2003

A look at the scheduled speakers for the annual graduation ceremony.

Career center searches for new assistant chief

With the maternity leave of Jill Bergman, the Career Development Center seeks an interim assistant director.

One-time note will lessen paperwork

Student accounts looks to streamline its payment process.

Cadillac internship gives marketing experiences

Marketing students gain real-world experience working with Crestview Cadillac.