A young and vibrant new yearbook staff at the University of La Verne is currently putting together great ideas that will make up the 2001-2002 Lambda yearbook.
When I was six years old, I climbed up a stack of boxes about four or five feet high. I wanted to sit on a baby chair that was on the edge of one of some crates. I thought, “Hey, if my friend can do it, so can I!” But I was taller and bigger, […]
Campus and community news for the week of March 22, 2002.
Four University of La Verne students traveled to North Manchester, Ind., to take part in a three-day conference, titled “Organizing for Peace.” It was a gathering for people who wanted to respond actively and nonviolently to the current war on terrorism.
The sound of galloping and the smell of dust and leather filled the air this weekend at the Rancho California Arabian Horse show. The show took place Friday through Sunday at the Fairplex Park in Pomona.
The University of La Verne’s men’s golf team showed last week how they earned their current national ranking.
Say goodbye to the hope of doubling gas mileage on SUV’s in the near future. Last week, the Senate ignorantly passed a bill allowing auto makers to keep the gas mileage on SUV’s about the same as it has been.
The La Verne Fire Department is still investigating the cause of a house fire, which started in a D Street garage and spread, demolishing the structure.
Fragile construction and delicate steps were taken to develop La Verne’s own field of dreams with the help from four individual men, whose fantasy goes far beyond a baseball diamond in the middle of an Iowa cornfield.
“Everything is gonna go my way,” wailed Monique Powell last Saturday as the crowd before her was moshing, skanking and crowd surfing.