The University of La Verne women’s soccer team ended its three-game losing streak Wednesday night with a win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps.
With the stress of midterms building and my hectic schedule driving me to the point of insanity, I have found that the only time that I have for myself are the few minutes before I fall asleep.
Founders Auditorium was filled with beautiful sounds of music Wednesday night, as Russicum, part of the St. Petersburg Vocal Ensemble, presented their style of Russian choir music.
This week, there are two items I want to address, both from the Oct. 17 issue of Rolling Stone.
Whoever said, “Money is the root of all evil,” really knew his or her stuff. Money does make the world go round, as they say, and the sad part is there is no way to stop this infatuation.
Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster in 1991: excellent. Anthony Hopkins and Julianne Moore in 2001: good, but nothing spectacular. Anthony Hopkins and Edward Norton in 2002: awesome.
Living on campus is a privilege that many students look forward to. Year after year students flood into the dormitories, unpack, get themselves acquainted with the facilities and befriend their Resident/Program Assistant.
The University of La Verne recently received two gold awards in recognition for its recruitment publications, designed to attract new students to the University for the 2002 to 2003 academic years. The awards were won for both the Student Research Piece and for the Total Recruitment Campaign, and were given by the Admissions Marketing Report, […]
A report was made to campus security about a stolen projector that was taken from smart classroom 261 in the Mainiero Building.
Some call it a form of expression. Others call it desecration of the body. Well, whatever you call it, piercing and stretching seem to be the fad. But although many students at the University of La Verne can be seen sporting this new trend, there are others who feel that piercing should be considered much […]