LV Life




Campus Times
May 21, 2004


photo by Gloria Diaz

“Duck Duck Race,” sponsored by the Office of Housing and Residential Life, was held April 22. Only four students attended the program, three of whom were resident assistants. Among those in attendance were Xochitl Garcia, Oaks R.A., and Justin Haas, Brandt R.A. Low attendance is a consistent feature of many of the R.A. programs.


Claiborne brings Omega Psi Phi to La Verne

Wilford Claiborne becomes the first ULV student to join the African-American fraternity.

Wines of the World come to local Fairplex

A prelude to this year's Los Angeles County Fair, winemakers from around the world bring their vintages to compete.

Special Repoprt: Sex at ULV

Students dance for dollars

Some bare the "student body" to earn money for tuition.

Female students want more sex

A survey finds many ULV women unsatisfied.

Options offered for safe sex

The Health Center has a variety of options for protection and birth control.

Fashion review: Students pursue the perfect purse

Sometimes the perfect bag is hard to find.

Faculty seeks sabbaticals

Professors venture around their world during their academic leaves.

ISO brings global taste to Sneaky Park

"Desserts from Around the World" satisfies the international sweet tooth.

‘Clothesline’ helps air dirty laundry

Iota Delta sponsors the annual event to draw attention to the epidemic of domestic violence.

From the Bay to L.A., for a cause

Derek Keepers will pedal from San Francisco to Los Angeles to raise money for AIDS research.

Olympics inspire Bible camp

Grace Church of La Verne offers an Olympics-themed youth Bible study camp.