If a team cannot seem to catch the “winning train” as it rolls its way, then it can just enjoy itself waiting for a ride. That is the attitude of the University of La Verne men’s tennis team.
Ever wonder how long it takes to get a club started on campus?
Student athletes were honored at the University of La Verne Fall Sports Award Banquet at the Church of the Brethren Fellowship Hall last Tuesday night.
Away from home … for many a stark realization. It means a separation from family, home and mother. Mother … that ever toiling servant… picking up clothes strewn over the floor, cooking over a hot stove, washing dishes with Palmolive, washing clothes with Fab and trying to remove the ring around the collar.
Romeo and Jeannette, Dailey Theatre’s latest offering that was presented Dec. 1-5, is not the story of two sisters who take their sibling rivalry a step beyond to vie for the affections of the same gentleman.
Joella Mahoney and President Emeritus Dr. Harold Fasnacht examine a piece of pottery created by an art student.
Gang violence is scary, and what’s even more scary is that society isn’t really sure how to cope with or solve the problem of gang violence.
The honor of being selected as a Who’s Who student is bestowed upon deserving seniors each year. The 24 students selected this year were chosen because of their prominence in academic achievement, community service, leadership in extracurricular activities and future potential. University faculty were asked to provide recommendations for seniors deserving of the award. Also, […]
Problems that have plagued the student housing program at the University of La Verne in the past have resurfaced once again to force students to raise questions on just what is the future of University housing.
Recently, while out shopping with inmates, a convicted rapist escaped from two “supervisors” in downtown San Bernardino. It was later learned that 10 inmates had fled from the institution in 37 days.