The start of a new school year can only mean one thing: the start of a new football season at the University of La Verne.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Sept. 15, 2000.
by Stacey Mleczko Features Editor Professor of Photography Gary Colby spoke words that echoed throughout the Quad on Friday after Founders Auditorium, filled to its capacity, hosted the year’s first school-wide event. Convocation is a tradition that sets the standard and the mood for the academic year ahead. Professor Colby, known for his speechless talents, […]
It must have been fate that kept Patricia Coleman running into University of La Verne President Stephen Morgan at various places over the years. Right timing and many years of professional experience have brought Coleman, also a ULV alumna, back to ULV to join the management team as the new Vice President of Enrollment.
With the late August resignation of University of La Verne baseball coach Bobby Lee and men’s basketball coach Dan Mulville, the University Athletics Department has harbored some new faces in personnel for the 2000-01 Leopards seasons.
Joseph Brandolino, former adjunct professor of law at the University of La Verne has been appointed a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge by Governor Gray Davis.
Junior Christopher Arbizu serenades junior Tandis Morgan on the Quad as they enjoy the warm sunshine.
The word “goodbye” is one humans use all too loosely and act out even more loosely than necessary.
All too often it seems to be the bittersweet song of the University of La Verne athlete to envelope themselves in their own world of athletics while going to school. To one extent this is a sign of dedication, motivation and perseverance. However, in some cases, it leads to a great deal of misguided energy.
Forget the New Kids on the Block (sorry Toni Dreier), forget the Dixie Chicks (sorry Jennifer Parsons) and forget other bands and artists who come and go within a few months after one or two hits. It is all about Morrissey.