While most people despise windy weather, University of La Verne freshman Sean Farley makes the most of it. For him, the wind is far from a nuisance, it is a boon. The wind is not simply a weather element to Farley; it is a vital instrument that allows him to do what he does best […]
Christopher Weedon scratches on the break of the first game out of three during the finals of the Campus Activities Board pool tournament at the Leo’s Den.
Shortly after Rockstar Games gained mainstream interest with the success of “Grand Theft Auto 3,” they released another disturbingly violent game called “State of Emergency.”
Community events for the week of March 3, 2006.
Over the years, many individuals have taken advantage of all that the Internet has to offer. Shoppers log on to purchase rare or nostalgic gems, to secure brand names and a multitude of must-haves at bargain prices or to merely avoid retail outlets and department stores.
Following the record success of fall recruitment participation, the University of La Verne’s College Panhellenic Association, governing body of sororities on campus, unanimously decided to tackle expansion by welcoming national organizations Alpha Omicron Pi and Phi Mu to campus to be interviewed this spring.
Community events for the week of Feb. 24, 2006.
A sales associate steamed a flashy vintage shirt as glam rock music blasted from the stereo and curious customers rummaged through racks of clothes, searching for hidden treasures.
Have you ever seen women at the gym who work out in full make-up, matching exercise outfits and hair perfectly coifed? Chances are, you probably rolled your eyes in sheer disbelief.
It can be tough being a student. The expense of education takes its toll on young wallets, and most students will find they spend the majority of their college years worryingly insolvent.