April 25, 1997
At approximately 2 a.m. Tuesday, members of Phi Delta Theta received
a phone call informing them that their letters were to be burned. Before
this could happen, sophomore Jeremy Gonzales and freshman Chris Perez carried
their fraternity's "Phi" to the dumpster. Phi Delta Theta member
S. Baker Eatmon, a junior, said "It's not about ignorance, it's about
Inappropriate behavior prompts sanctions against fraternity.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon letters receive brunt of vandalism.
Senior Anthony Rice drafted as free agent by NFL team.
Delta Sigma Phi promises to change its ways in an open letter to the
IFSC cites safety and public appearance reasons for cancelling Greek
Two-day event aims to educate ULV students, faculty.
Parking violations are fined by Campus Safety beginning May 1.
Upcoming events include searching for an accountant and secretary, as
well as "Zapatistas in Chiapa," which will be presented Friday,
May 9 at 8:30 p.m.
Campus Times and La Verne Magazine win 10 honors in Columbia Scholastic
Press Association Gold Circle Awards.