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Hearing required for lights

After receiving notice for a public hearing to approve the construction of field lighting for the University of La Verne’s Ortmayer Stadium a week ago, head football coach Don Morel has remained confident that the Athletic Department’s proposed addition will pass.

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Nune Gazdhyan, Features Editor

Action speaks louder than words

It is time that students stop complaining about The Spot and Davenport. I am sick of all the complaints. I am sick of the sulking faces talking to me about their growling bellies. And I sure am sick of people who are too afraid to take a stand, express their anger and ensure that they […]

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Junior Ahmad Rasshan takes advantage of the shuttle service now offered for students residing at The Claremont Inn. Todd Allen shuttles students back and forth with pick ups every half hour during the weekday and every hour on the weekends. The service provides The Claremont Inn residents with a means of safe and reliable transportation to and from school. / photo by Michelle Zimmerman

Officials call for students to vacate

Three weeks before school started, University of La Verne officials were informed that the Claremont City Council had planned to request an injunction against The Claremont Inn for allowing students to reside there. The problem resulted from a land use issue concerning a zoning law that limited contracts to not more than 30 days.

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