I will be the first to admit that my lifelong motto has been “Guys are jerks.” With the exception of a select few, most guys have told this to have become very offended, and I am quick to assure them not to take it personally, that it is not their fault they were born a […]
The young University of La Verne women’s soccer team took to the field last Saturday to defend their impeccable 2-0 record against Southwestern, a competitor who hails from Houston, Texas. The story of this game was not about the score, but rather of how the team has come together.
The University of La Verne women’s volleyball team suffered their first loss of the season on Tuesday night against California State University at San Bernardino. This was the first match of the season for the Leopards, and they were a little rusty.
As an out-of-state senior at the University La Verne, I have been able to notice and analyze the differences between my home state, Washington, and this land of milk and honey we call California.
Sports results, schedule and statistics for the week of Sept. 19, 1997.
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) warns college students that advertisements claiming “free financial aid services” may be a scam. These advertising companies run ads with misleading statements offering students good seasonal jobs with great pay and scholarships.
Cowpokes from the Pinnacle Peak just will not allow patrons to wear a tie in the restaurant.
Guest speaker Tomas Benitez, director of Self Help Graphics, lectured on the work and techniques of Latino artists to begin the festivities for Mexican Independence Day.
The Los Angeles County Fair has a new attraction this year that representatives hope will help to save lives. Fairgoers can now look at the CD-ROM of serious sex offenders, which was inspired by Megan’s Law.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Sept. 19, 1997.