October 17, 1997
Iota Delta and Phi Delta Theta spent last weekend at San Dimas' Western
Days. The fraternity and sorority split shifts picking up trash and relining
trash boxes. Juniors Celina Rosas and Jessica Rios of Iota Delta came early
for the Sunday morning shift. "After picking up trash all day you better
believe I will never litter again," said Rios.
After a series of woes, President Stephen Morgan takes control of several
areas of Enrollment Services.
Adriana Salcedo, junior, claims ULV would not let her pursue a Spanish
major because she is wheelchair-bound.
Death takes toll on ULV's history
Long-time baseball and volleyball booster Milan Rupel dies at 62.
Former assistant football coach Bill Shier dies at 56.
The American Marketing Association establishes a chapter at ULV.
Four students earn endowed scholarships for 1997-98.
Special report on the phenomenon that is affecting college campuses
nationwide, including ULV.
La Vernacula, scholarships, Red Cross volunteers, rideshare, internships,
biology fellowships, slide show.