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Archive | October, 2009
The Student Health Center at the University of La Verne is offering the H1N1 influenza virus vaccine to students for free, while supplies last.
ELS students Majed Almubark, Fadya Al Kishi, Adwa Alrajani and Abdula Alhourshan presented their carved pumpkin in front of Leo Hall on Wednesday, naming it “Kabol.”
The women’s soccer team outlasted Pomona-Pitzer, 3-1, on Oct. 24 at La Verne. The win was also the team’s third Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference win of the season and fifth overall.
The Harris Art Gallery has a new exhibit. “Tomorrow Never Knows,” includes sculptures as well as paintings, depicting an almost ephemeral flourish of animals and humans.
Roughly 230 high school students had a taste of college life and the various media fields last week at the communications department’s annual Communications Day.
The Leopards pulled one game closer to a conference tournament bid Tuesday night, with a dominant win over conference foe Pomona-Pitzer, four sets to one.
Megan Granquist, assistant professor of movement and sports science, shared her research on sports injury rehabilitation adherence to a group of students and faculty Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Senior theater major Jordan Wycoff,directed “Eternity” as her senior thesis project. The final performance was held on Oct. 24 in the Cabaret with a full house. The rock and roll ballad featured a number of students from the University.
A whimsical children’s story is brought to life as Spike Jonze dives into the imagination of a child with “Where the Wild Things Are.”