December 12, 2003
Cirque du Soleils latest touring production of Varekai
will be showing in the blue and yellow tents at the Pomona Fairplex through
Dec. 28. This production is dedicated to the spirit and art of the circus tradition.
Varekai means wherever in the gypsy language of Romany.
Cirque du Soleil brings its acrobatic artistry to the Southland.
The university's controversial differential pay program goes into effect,
but not without a few bumps in the road.
The proposed $42-million project would replace the aging Student Center.
Live help is now available to students 24 hours a day.
New leaders are chosen for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine.
Incentives are just a few of the reasons drawing volunteers to the Peace Corps.
A judge awards a settlement to the buyer of California Lotto ticket who was
defrauded of her winnings by the manager of the La Verne Circle K store.
Through the Brethren Colleges Abroad program, ULV establishes an exchange
program with Macquarie University in Australia.
Max Zänker, staff writer, reflects on his semester as an international
student visiting ULV.