May 17, 2002
(Top): Werner Enterprise semi-truck driver Fredrick Brooks hit a fire
hydrant on the northeast corner of "F" and First Street in La
Verne on Friday. The accident caused the water service to be disrupted to
the residents of the 2100 block of "F" Street. (Bottom): City
of La Verne Water Department employee, Leo Torrez shuts off the water valve
to the broken fire hydrant on First Street across from the University of
La Verne maintenance department Friday.
John Jang, professor of government and global studies, plans to travel
to China three to four times a year in his retirement.
The popularity of the drug ecstasy has spread among college students.
The University of La Verne's recycling program, led by Robert Beebe,
is on the verge of expansion.
The freshman orientation class, U100, is being temporarily
postponed to make room for changes.
Aramark still has a chance of remaining at ULV.
Jaclyn Roco, Amanda Stutevoss and Matt Perez will take over leadership
positions for the Communications Department.
ULV welcomes Vietnam War photojournalist Nick Ut.
Dan Ross was the only undergraduate student from ULV who flew to British
Columbia to give a presentation on his research paper.
In commemoration of the 2002 graduation class, the Leadership Development
and Transition Program hosted the Senior Class Pizza Party Wednesday.
The fire sprinkler system in the Oaks is under investigation after numerous
instances of malfunctioning.
Kip Fulbeck visited the University of La Verne to inform students and
faculty on Asian American steriotypes he has encountered.