Campus Times
November 7, 1997

photo by Summer Herndon

Senior psychology majors Michael P. Bailey and Elizabeth Lomeli were crowned as this year's ULV Homecoming King and Queen. The announcement took place during halftime at Saturday's football game against Chapman.

Top Stories

Former Panther to visit University

Eldridge Cleaver, former leader of the Black Panther Party, will spend a day on the ULV campus and address students on Nov. 17.

University purchases first art collection

Pieces from the recent "Que Vida" art show become the first additions to ULV's permanent art collection.



Whistles arrive for security

Recently-purchased safety whistles are distributed to students.

Greeks give back to community

The annual Charity Greek Week is just around the corner.

Debate prepares for Worlds

The ULV debate team hosts a preperatory tournament for the upcoming World Championships.

Flu season hits, but Health Center has cure

The Health Center offers flu vaccines for the ULV community.

Communications Department reaps top awards

Students in journalism and television garner a variety of national awards.

ASF Minutes

A weekly round-up of student government activities.

In the News

Behavioral Science graduate programs, pre-registration, health physics research, movie screening.

photo by Ryan Sones

The 1997 University of La Verne Homecoming Court flanks last year's King Scott Mac Kay and Queen Tieu-My Nguyen. Princes Sergio Velazquez, Jerome Garcia, Michael P. Bailey, Andrew Bills and Manuel Estrada, along with princesses Sharlyn Preece, Elizabeth Lomeli, Andrea Gardner, Wendy Lau and Alma Barrera became the center of attention on Ortmayer Field last Saturday during halftime festivities for the crowning of this year's king and queen.