Going into last Saturday’s game against La Verne, the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens were rated the worst team in the country by the Los Angeles Times. That’s right, the absolute worst. On the top of Steve Harvey’s “Bottom Ten” list. In fact, the Leo-Sagehen match up was tabbed as “the crummiest game of the week,” by the […]
With the magnitude of problems facing the Reagan administration today, there is no room left for the squabbles that have been producing headline after headline. How can the President hope to devise a successful economic solution if he can’t control the members of his cabinet.
Last week’s sports story “Spikers Defeat Occidental, Move Into First Place Tie,” suggested that the local crowd intimidated Oxy with nasty remarks.
Doug Carter, a junior business administration major attending the University of La Verne, was nominated for a National American Farmer Degree by the Future Farmers of America.
It won’t put food into hungry mouths right away, and it will not help balance a national budget that has grown faster than a debutante’s allowance, but the space shuttle Columbia is worth every penny of the $8.8 billion it has cost.
Second place for many athletic teams is an honor, maybe even a tribute. For the University of La Verne soccer team, second place takes on a different connotation.
What’s in store for ULV women’s basketball in 1982? According to Head Coach Nancy Blickenstaff, “We’re going to surprise some people.”
Unknown to many University of La Verne students is a group of administrators who play a vital role in the management of the institution during their weekly meetings.
In an effort to provide a more economic means of exploring space by using a reusable spacecraft, the Space Shuttle Columbia was built and launched.
Cheryl Boutee models one of the “new seasons” fashions.