Diversity and tradition are two characteristics recorded in the University of La Verne Mission Statement. They are also two key elements of the incorporated sorority of Delta Sigma Theta.
Even if the results from last weekend’s NCAA women’s volleyball western regional playoffs were not in favor of the Leopards, one thing can be said for the event held in the Supertents – it was the quintessential collegiate sporting event. It is a site rarely seen by athletes or spectators.
With her hair tied up, flowing past her neck and falling just short of her shoulders, she dances gracefully on tiptoes as an awe stricken crowd watches her every move with anticipation.
In honor of all the commuters on campus, the University of La Verne presented games, food, and prizes on Tuesday.
Ben loves Felicity. Felicity loves Ben. Felicity cheats on Ben. Ben sees the “cheating” picture of Felicity on the Internet. Ben gets really upset. Sean, Ben’s roommate, has testicular cancer. Megan, Sean’s girlfriend, is wicked. Elena, Felicity’s best friend, is in love with her boyfriend, Tracie, but he will not sleep with her because he […]
In life, sometimes, there are friends or acquaintances you are destined to meet. Some change your life for the better and maybe one or two of them change your life for the worse. It seems there is a synchronicity in life where the people around you are destined to be there to influence, educate and […]
With a seven-game winning streak, the University of La Verne men’s water polo team hopes the rhythm it has will propel it victoriously through the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships.
The previews tend to bring out the best lines in this movie. As always, they are the lines that drag you into a theater, but leave you wanting more witty lines. Needless to say, after watching “The Legend of Bagger Vance,” I left the theater a little unsatisfied.
ASF Forum meeting summary for the week of Nov. 10, 2000.
With Bill Cook stepping down from the position of academic vice president this past July, the University of La Verne is left searching for a replacement.