Internships are the best opportunities to gain experience in a field. This type of experience enables students to receive hands-on experience, and determine whether they would like to continue with their field or find another interest. The Career Development Center (CDC) at the University of La Verne can guide or assist students onto their path […]
Kadie Tillema is the oak of the University of La Verne’s softball team. As a graduate student, Tillema is playing her last year at catcher for La Verne and has always been solid for the team.
Cocaine, snow, blow — they all describe the white-powdered drug of choice during the excess world of the ’70s and ’80s that seduced millions to indulge. Along for the dangerous ride was George Jung, a typical young man out to conquer the American dream of success, money and happiness.
In order to promote the strawberry season, Old Town La Verne will be having its first Strawberry Festival at the Farmer’s Market on Bonita Avenue and D Street tomorrow.
by Jazmine Ponce Features Editor In the ultra hip hotel The Standard on the Sunset Strip, Ted Demme, director of such films as “Beautiful Girls” and “Life” sat before a crowd of college journalists March 19 to discuss his new edgy and emotional drama “Blow” which hits theatres today. The film based on a true […]
The sun is hot; midterms are here, which means spring break cannot be far away. Classes will be out and beaches all over will soon be the destination of most college students.
For some students at the University of La Verne, the beach is too far to travel out to on weekends, so Davenport Dining Services decided to bring the beach to them on Saturday afternoon by bringing in sand, a doughboy pool, and setting up volleyball nets in Sneaky Park.
Next year, the University of La Verne campus will be affected by two major changes in dining services that are designed to extend dining services to students.
Bounce Wit’ Me lost 39-44 to The Playa’z in the 11:30 p.m. intramural basketball game on Wednesday, March 28, 2001.
One enters college thinking that there will be four long years of tedious studying, annoying roommates and boring professors.