9:20 a.m. Screams follow the unexpected gunshots fired out of a .22 caliber handgun carried by 15-year-old Charles Andrew Williams.
As the city council election polls closed Tuesday evening, the results that came in were familiar to the citizens of La Verne. The two incumbents, Tom Harvey and Dan Harden, had been re-elected into the city council, with Jon Blickenstaff (who ran uncontested) as mayor.
Campus and community arts events for the week of March 9, 2001.
Her 12-inch teeth slice sharply through what would be considered a feast for most, however serve her as only a mere appetizer. Her actions have defined her identity, and after being taken from the Greek and Latin terms meaning “tyrant lizard king,” she reigns over what people would one day refer to as the “late […]
For the second year in a row, the University of La Verne debate team is the top team in the Western Hemisphere, by placing in Worlds, an international competition.
Perpendicular lines bisect several series of parallel lines, forming right angles and giving structure to an otherwise abstract form. Its conceptual design pushes the limits of its given time period, and today’s architectural standards.
Roof leaks plagued four buildings in the Oaks complex during February when winter storms hit La Verne.
Campus news for the week of March 2, 2001.
Due to rain, the University of La Verne’s sixth annual graduation fair was relocated in front of the Wilson Library. Potential May 2001 graduates had the opportunity to get a head start for graduation by attending the fair.
Montana, California and other parts of the Southwest came alive in the watercolor paintings of James Fuller’s “Mountains and Rocks” on Tuesday, Feb. 27. At 5 p.m., professors, students and art lovers enjoyed a lecture from Fuller that detailed his work and the process of how he eventually put it into context.