The University of La Verne women’s volleyball team suffered its first loss of the season Tuesday night to Division II opponent Cal Poly Pomona, 3-0, in the Darlene May Gymnasium.
The Leopard women’s soccer team is 1-2 after a 3-1 defeat Sept. 10 at Ben Hines Field against Christian Heritage College.
In a presidential race that many say will turn out as close as the 2000 presidential election, every vote does count.
When a tuition shortfall forced all departments at the University of La Verne to re-evaluate their operations and make cutbacks, the athletic department came to an unexpected conclusion: the men’s volleyball team would be eliminated.
For many of us, June 21 was just another day to lounge around the house, or sleep in until noon, glad to be out of school.
Things are always crazy at the start of the school year; there’s the new workload that makes us wish we were still vacationing in Europe, juggling a part-time job with couch time watching the Olympics or taking care not to know exactly what day of the week it is or make too many marks in […]
The University of La Verne men’s water polo team finished the Inland Empire Classic, held Sept. 11-12, with a record of 3-1, falling, 12-7, to the nationally ranked Gauchos of UC Santa Barbara at the La Verne Aquatic Center.
Promoting peace on campus and throughout the world has long been a tradition of the University of La Verne. Last summer, ULV students had a chance to explore ideas of peace for one week by traveling to Barcelona, Spain, for the 2004 Parliament of the World’s Religions on July 7.
Despite low turnout rates, the University of La Verne’s orientation on Sept. 2 and 3 was a success. Although 550 new students were expected, only 380 checked in.
Campus and community news for the week of Sept. 17, 2004.