The holidays are around the corner and there are boxes scattered around the Student Center to collect canned foods for those individuals who are less fortunate.
In the past, University of La Verne’s clubs and organizations have been able to put together programs outside and feed the people that participate with food catered by Davenport.
Leading into this weekend’s national championships at Chaminade University in Honolulu, it is difficult to fathom water polo as a sport that’s history is long and storied. However, with origins dating back as far as the 1800’s, that is clearly the case.
For people affected with medical problems including diabetes, Parkinson’s and strokes, throughout the country, the question of why they are struck with the disease is foremost in the minds of the afflicted. Recent scientific studies may be closer to answering these questions, but the answer is not going to be popular: people are causing their […]
Conflict in Jerusalem has caused widespread discussion and debate. With its effects as far reaching as La Verne, speaker Howard Parmet lead a discussion on prevailing issues in the Middle East.
George Keeler’s profession is journalism, and journalists are story tellers. He saw his sabbatical in the spring of 2000 as a chance to tell stories as well as a chance to gather information to be able to tell stories in the future.
The month of January for University of La Verne students is a time for reposing and being able to focus on their classes, being that a student takes a maximum of five units. January is the time to start easing them back into school and a once-in-a lifetime opportunity to explore worlds not always known […]
The fumble came on the Whittier 38-yard line. The University of La Verne football team had had a difficult time all night holding on to the ball. On the most pivotal play in the game, it set the Poets up for the 60-yard pass that gave them the lead and the win, 20-17, in the […]
Campus and community news for the week of Nov 17, 2000.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Nov. 17, 2000.