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Campus Times
September 18, 1998


photo by Michael P. Bailey

Sometime between this last weekend, a tear within an extender of the University of La Verne Supertents spread, leaving a large gash in the material. During Wednesday's Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum meeting, President Michael Morrow said that the tear above the ASF office was "supposed to be fixed by the end of this week."


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ULV enrolls largest class in history

Reformed recruiting tactics prove successful in yielding 440 new undergraduates.

Rose plants seeds of education at Convocation

Dr. Richard Rose, assistant professor of philosophy and religion, challenges students to aim high in annual Convocation address.

 

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Housing deals with crowded halls

The record incoming class creates a whole new set of problems for the Office of Housing and Residential Life.

Contractors put halt to renovation

Spot remodelling put off until Interterm because of construction delays.

Art stolen from Miller Hall

Two pieces of artwork from the University's permanent collection are swiped from the Admissions Office.

76th Fair provides new attractions

The annual Los Angeles County Fair gets underway with a few new additions.

Averbeck gives largest donation

Longtime financial support E. Ewell Averbeck bequeaths $1.2 million for scholarship fund.

Alumnus makes gym floor possible

New floor in Student Center gymnasium awaits fall sports.

Fetty, Shunk will advise, edit Lambda

Carol Fetty takes over the advisership of the yearbook, while senior Darla Shunk becomes editor.

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