December 10, 2004
Christmas Matters, a group of holiday carolers, was hired to perform at Pomona’s annual tree lighting ceremony Dec. 6. The singers Kevin Blackleg, Linda Ainsworth, Kathy Cady and Michael Sheets joked about not being able to perform many songs because the crowd’s attention was focused on the stage where local area students were also singing carols.
Former ULV Athens students will be able to study at the main campus for a special reduced rate beginning next semester.
The auditorium, a ULV icon since the 1920s, is due for a makeover.
Travis Berry cites health issues in turning over the reins of student government to Vice President Dana McJurkin.
Academic departments cope with mid-year budget shortfalls.
Tuition is scheduled to rise by 6.05 percent for the 2005-2006 academic year.
Toys collected from the La Verne community will go to benefit a local women's shelter this holiday season.
ULV's science faculty react to a recent survey about the state of science education in America's public schools.
Ronald Bergmann is named director of instructional technology.
The Office of Information Technology aims to use the results to improve service.
Local stores gear up for what is expected to be a busy holiday season.
Students are no longer allowed to walk in Commencement if they still have units left to complete.
The Center for Strategic Thinking aims to address local business issues.