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Leopards dethrone Regals in thrilling SCIAC win

The Leopards took down the Cal Lutheran Regals, 77-63, Wednesday night at Frantz Athletic Court in their first home conference game.

Creative writing students share stories

Senior creative writing majors Jefferson Croushore, Cara Musashi and Selena Cordar brought in a full house as they shared their talents during a creative writing student reading Wednesday in the Ludwick Center Sacred Space. 

Despite cuts, University maintains its ‘A’ credit rating

The University of La Verne was classified as financially stable after receiving an “A” rating from Fitch Ratings last month. Fitch Ratings is an organization that publishes credit ratings for corporations and other institutions based on their ability to meet financial commitments, such as paying off debts.  

Sustainability plan created to address enrollment decline

With the University of La Verne facing a marked decline in student enrollment, a group of faculty and administrators are working on a "Sustainability Plan” to bridge the anticipated tuition revenue gap and hopefully reverse the  trend. 

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Despite cuts, University maintains its ‘A’ credit rating

The University of La Verne was classified as financially stable after receiving an “A” rating from Fitch Ratings last month. Fitch Ratings is an organization that publishes credit ratings for corporations and other institutions based on their ability to meet financial commitments, such as paying off debts.  

Sustainability plan created to address enrollment decline

With the University of La Verne facing a marked decline in student enrollment, a group of faculty and administrators are working on a "Sustainability Plan” to bridge the anticipated tuition revenue gap and hopefully reverse the  trend. 

Getting into La Verne has gotten a little easier

In recent years, the University of La Verne has begun to accept a higher percentage of freshman applicants. 

Lecture considers athletes’ pain tolerance

Bruce Walton, senior adjunct professor of business and faculty athletics partner, shared his research titled “How Endurance Athletes Understand the Difference Between Pain and Suffering” Tuesday before about 20 in the Quay Davis Executive Boardroom and on Zoom. 

Sports

Leopards dethrone Regals in thrilling SCIAC win

The Leopards took down the Cal Lutheran Regals, 77-63, Wednesday night at Frantz Athletic Court in their first home conference game.

Late comeback pushes Leopards over the edge for win

A last minute rally gave the La Verne Leopards a boost over the SAGU American Indian Warriors for a 69-65 win Friday at the Frantz Athletic Court.

Leopards light up Flames in a landslide home victory

The La Verne women's basketball team went against the Bethesda Flames in a 98-43 blowout win Nov. 22 at Frantz Athletic Court.

Men’s basketball shoots for a win

Senior guard John Malone II drives to the basket against the Cal Miramar Falcons on Tuesday at the Frantz Athletic Court. The Leopards opened their season with a win, 97-75.

Arts, Etc.

Creative writing students share stories

Senior creative writing majors Jefferson Croushore, Cara Musashi and Selena Cordar brought in a full house as they shared their talents during a creative writing student reading Wednesday in the Ludwick Center Sacred Space. 

Art walk evokes eruptions of color

In the heart of the Claremont Village, the Claremont Art Walk bursted with color and passion on Saturday evening, lighting up the streets as people wandered West Second Street and North Yale Avenue. 

Commentary: Top 10 Christmas movies to watch over the break

The most wonderful time of the year is here. And now that there is a nip in the air, it is time to get cozy under a blanket with hot cocoa and a great Christmas movie. 

ULV Chorale and Chamber Choir bring audience together

As La Verne welcomes the holiday spirit, the University of La Verne's Choral Organization hosted the “Caroling, Caroling!” concert Friday and Saturday at Morgan Auditorium.

LV Life

Community gathers to celebrate Posada

The Latino Student Forum hosted its 24th annual Posada Dec. 2 on Citrus Lawn. Roughly 80 University community members showed up to take part and enjoy traditional food, prizes and performances. 

Birders unite monthly at Botanic Gardens

The Pomona Valley Audubon Society hosted the monthly Bird Walk at the California Botanic Garden at 8 a.m. Sunday.  About 45 bird enthusiasts from young children to seniors came out on the cold, cloudy day.

Clauses on hand for annual Christmas Tree Lighting

The La Verne community gathered for its annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony Monday evening.

Students share holiday shopping stress, rewards

For many people, the holiday season can be stressful – since spending comes with gift-giving. Add on the stress of the crowds gathering at malls or other shopping venues for holiday sales, and holiday shopping can be chaotic.