At first glance, they look like simple photographs of plants in a backyard, garden or park. However, these black-and-white pictures strive to tell a much deeper story.
Their eyes stare back through the cold, hard metal bars that keep them imprisoned and the glass, which houses their cells.
Coming off a convincing victory over Occidental, the Leopards headed down the Interstate 10 to the University of Redlands.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Oct. 19, 2001.
On D Street is a little shop which is walking distance from the University of La Verne campus.
Generosity. Webster’s Third New International Dictionary defines it as, “Liberality in spirit or act: magnamity, benevolence.”
Campus news for the week of Oct. 12, 2001.
Continuing to bounce back from their recent adversity, the women’s volleyball team swept away the competition at the Leo Classic last Friday and Saturday to win the tournament.
On a hot Saturday in Whittier, the Leopards once again lost to the Poets.
World health population is the focus of this year’s United Nations Day and is titled “Global Health and Interdependence.”