News




Campus Times
May 1, 1998


photo by Christie Reed

After being doused more than a dozen times, John Lentz, director of Campus Safety and Transportation, clambers back into the blue seat of doom in the dunk cage Tuesday afternoon. Lentz was one of six ULV employees who participated in the fundraising event organized by the University of La Verne Student Accountants. Students, faculty and family members paid $2 (for three chances) or $10 to automatically dunk victims.


Top Stories

Alumni increase activity, donations

University Relations has reported an upswing in involvement and giving by ULV graduates.

Salaries to increase next year

The Board of Trustees approves pay raises for the 1998-99 school year.

 

News

Banquet acknowledges leaders

The annual L.E.A.D. Awards Banquet recognizes outstanding student involvement.

IVN sponsors award lunch

The Inland Valley News recognizes local community leaders with a luncheon and keynote address by Campus Times adviser Eric Bishop.

Conference promotes education

The Center for Teacher Leadership organizes its annual conference for local educators.

BCLAD program awaiting approval

The Education Department plans to start its bilingual teacher education program in fall.

In the News

Getty Center volunteers, computer seminars, bike-a-thon.

ASF Minutes

A weekly round-up of student government business.



HOME / NEWS / OPINIONS / FEATURES / ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT / SPORTS / E-MAIL THE CAMPUS TIMES