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.
The Dailey Theatre at the University of La Verne has been the host of many theatrical productions, but now presents more than just a play.
Competition is a good thing. But the XFL, the football league to begin play in February 2001, is far from competition for the NFL. It is something more along the lines of a twisted spin-off.
John Collari of Collari Originals in Glendora carves wood pieces and signs for a living.
In response to the article “Broken machine brings Spot woes” [Oct. 27] I would like to say that some ULV students do not understand that Aramark Food Corporation is a business and should not be responsible for managing the finances of ULV students.
Steven Kent, adjunct professor of theater arts, is more than just a professor at the University of La Verne. He is accredited as being a director, workshop leader and activist.