October 1, 2004
The Republican Club participated in the Club Fair on Wednesday hosted by the Office of Campus Life Division of Student Affairs and student worker Elizabeth Canales. Chris Castillo, sister of club founder Melissa Castillo, was on hand to give out information to interested students. Rebecca Fredrick was one of the many students who attended the club fair.
Stacey Darling-Novak leads a research study that seeks to prolong the life of corn stalks.
An incoming class of 559 contributes to the largest student body in ULV's history.
Three ULV students are chosen to present their research before the Southern California Academy of Sciences.
ULV students who traveled to Greece to study at the Athens campus deal with its sudden closure.
Students and faculty alike cite the war in Iraq as their biggest concern in this year's presidential election.
University officials take steps to protect the campus from the virus.
Faculty Research and Professional Activity Day gives ULV's faculty members a chance to present their work.
Cynthia Matthews challenges long-time incumbent David Dreier for his congressional seat.
Fourteen law school alumni are sworn in before the United States Supreme Court Bar.