Tag: fan behavior

Cheering without fear

Going to games, supporting the University of La Verne’s athletic teams and cheering for them are a big part of life for many students on campus.

When Cheers Turn to Jeers

The notion of school spirit and cheering at university athletic events has become a hot topic recently.

Letters to the Editor

As the departing president of the Associated Students Forum, I would like to thank you for this week's article in your opinion section.

What’s the harm in heckling?

Hecklers have been a part of sports for as long as sports have been a part of us.

‘Rooters’ send Henn home crying

Imagine for a minute Shaquille O' Neal at the free-throw line about to shoot the game-tying free throws in Game 7 of the NBA Championships against the Chicago Bulls in the United Center. But after O' Neal misses one of the two shots, Lakers coach Del Harris walks over to Bulls coach Phil Jackson and says he will never play in Chicago again because of its loud and hostile crowd.

Letters to the Editor

In your March 27, 1998, edition of the Campus Times, Angelica Martinez wrote an article entitled "Variety Show Reveals Hidden Talents." I was surprised to find out that the Black National Anthem had been changed from "Lift Every Voice" to "We Shall Overcome."

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