September 24 , 2004
When Candace Doi became president of the Lynch Sign Company 13 years ago, she found that she could not afford operational costs in California, which included worker’s compensation insurance, so she moved the operation to Nevada. Now, with the introduction of Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “California Wants Your Business” campaign she said, “I feel that there’s a better business climate right now.” Responding to the campaign with a call to the Governor’s office, she moved back to California. “We’re hoping to grow by about 350 percent” within the next year, Doi said.
Financial concerns cause the University to cut its ties with the organization that operates the Greek center, a popular destination for students looking to study abroad.
The introduction of controversial touch-screen voting machines alarms some citizens.
Jim Manolis is feted for his 30 years of service to ULV.
Many students forego ULV's summer course offerings in favor of classes at less expensive institutions.
The $400,000 grant is earmarked for promoting student retention in the computer science, computer engineering and mathematics programs.
The University's off-campus programs expand with a new center in Victorville, Calif.
The Inland Professional chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists honors the Campus Times.
The director of campus safety returns to ULV on a part-time basis.