September 24, 1999
Local horse owners dressed up in western-wear led 299 cattle down
the streets of La Verne last Friday morning during the annual cattle drive.
Families lined the streets as 130 riders, who each paid a $150 participation
fee, herded the animals down the seven-mile route that began on Wheeler
Avenue and ended at the Fairplex.
The University subcontracts its security services.
The new position, overseeing admissions and financial aid, is waiting
to be filled.
Along with its other changes, security changes its phone number.
The Student Affairs Office creates new student program assistant positions.
A new sorority makes its presence known on campus.
Short-term parking spaces are created in key locations around campus.
The First Generation Student Success Program finds a future with money
from the Packard Foundation.