University of La Verne junior Robert Casillas (No. 3) approaches the net while the Whittier Poets’ Ethan Jessup, goalie, and Jeff Padget (No. 17) prepare to block at Saturday’s game in La Verne.
The recently implemented “three-two” schedule has received mixed reviews from students and faculty. In this new schedule, classes are held either Monday, Wednesday and Friday or Tuesday and Thursday, depending on a department’s preference.
Fine romantic music filled Founders Auditorium Friday evening as student performers delighted an intimate audience with their individual pieces.
For eight years of my life, I attended a Roman Catholic school. And even though I have not been up to date with my Bible studies or hardcore prayer, I have diligently gone to my parish every Sunday – yes, I mean every Sunday – and have continued to uphold my faith for my religion, […]
In America, we usually refer to life as a road. Life is like a road, we say, because there are bends, turns and straightaways that represent the everyday struggles Americans usually go through. In eastern culture, people prefer to think of life as a circle, where things tend to recur and become connected to each […]
“Not in our name.” “No more blood for oil.” “Money for jobs, not for war.” These were just a few of the slogans inscribed across banners and placards carried by as many as 80,000 people at an anti-war demonstration staged Saturday in San Francisco.
“The University promotes the goal of community within a context of diversity. The University, therefore, encourages students to understand and appreciate the diversity of cultures which exists locally, nationally and internationally.
The peace rally held last week on the Quad addressed the variety of issues that have arisen in recent weeks since the United States has been contemplating war with Iraq.
The University of La Verne men’s soccer team faced Cal Tech, looking for its second win against the Beavers Wednesday. The Leopards were able to shut out Cal Tech with a score of 3-0.
As a former resident and graduate of Redlands High and student at SBVC, I would like to send my best wishes for a speedy and complete recovery to Rollie Dykstra.