April 25, 1997
During the past week, the University of La Verne College of Law held
several mock trials for graduating law students. The trials gave them a
chance to test their legal skills before beginning work. Retired court judge
Samuel Cianetti was on the bench. Arnold Roseleya, a paralegal student,
served as court clerk and bailiff. The defense team in one civil trial,
Jennifer Mullins and Michelle Voight, defended a "victim" of an
automobile accident involving a faulty seat belt. The plaintiff was represented
by Sharon Lee and Anne Garcia (not shown).
Academic Awards Night ceremony honors top students in departments on
President Stephen Morgan hosts more than 125 students, parents, faculty
and staff members at annual luncheon.
President Morgan decides against overturning the Greek Review Board's
decision to revoke Delta Sigma Phi's fraternity charter.
Latin art displays, food, dancing and live music filled ULV's Cinco
de Mayo celebration.
Villa Real vs. the City of West Covina, a civil trial, was held in the
University of La Verne College of Law.
Students matched with Summer Service sites on Wednesday, May 7.
Current budget problems prevent ULV faculty from receiving raises next
Sparrowgrass Poetry Forum offers $1,000 grand prize, ASF positions are
available and ULV employees can save $8 on the price of Knott's Berry Farm