Wednesday morning at 6:35 saw the University of La Verne softball team depart for the regional playoffs in Iowa. The Leopards are the No. 1 seeded team in the West Regions double elimination tournament that will give one team a shot at a national title.
Results from the first year of a three-year salary plan to improve the compensation to faculty, administrative and professionals (A&P) and classified employees at the University of La Verne show that progress is being made.
Campus and community arts events for the week of May 11, 2001.
The Education Program at the University of La Verne had its grand opening celebration for its Curriculum Lab.
Seats in Founders Auditorium filled quickly on Wednesday, May 2, as people flocked to see the University of La Verne’s chamber singers perform “Dido and Aeneas,” an opera by Henry Purcell.
It seems as though extremes have been taken when dealing with China. First too soft a stance and now too much iron fist. Because there will probably never be an ideal way to deal with China, a medium needs to be reached or relations may be damaged beyond repair.
A La Verne native has proven to be the ace of the University of La Verne baseball team’s pitching staff and an all-around exceptional guy.
Shiny chrome, blazing tires, poodle skirts, raffles and art all rolled into one. The Muckenthaler Motor Car Festival is back in Fullerton tomorrow through May 20 at the Muckenthaler Cultural Center.
I received the book “Children’s Letters to God,” compiled by Stuart Hample and Eric Marshall, shortly after my sister Rachel was born.
A new recycling program that aims to promote environmental awareness through recycling as well as conservation, has started at the University of La Verne.