“Conquering Life Through Education,” a conference put on to educate foster children about higher education, was put on by three inspired University of la Verne students, Monique Chambers, Ana Casteneda and Christan Krusic.
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The 2006 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference held its championship meets April 24-25 at Redlands. Many La Verne track and field athletes competed on day one of the preliminaries and day two of the final events.
On a damp, cold afternoon in Claremont, the University of La Verne men’s track team was able to hold their own and finish several events in the top of the standings.
Women from different ethnic groups gathered to take part in a discussion about stereotypes and challenges facing women of color in California.
Over the years, many individuals have taken advantage of all that the Internet has to offer. Shoppers log on to purchase rare or nostalgic gems, to secure brand names and a multitude of must-haves at bargain prices or to merely avoid retail outlets and department stores.
In his 12 seasons at the helm of the University of La Verne track and field team, head coach Pat Widolff has seen many caliber teams grace the track and grass.
Sister Circle has started this school year with new goals, new standards and a new attitude. With the departure of their advisor Keisha Bentley, the women of Sister Circle had to take matters into their own hands.
The Mosaic Cultural Institute and the Center for Teaching and Learning held their open house at the new location of the Institute between D and E streets, next door to the Literacy Center last Wednesday.
Athletic, intelligent and spiritual are the best words to describe the outstanding University of La Verne track and field athlete, Lakia Pearson.
The University of La Verne women’s track and field team traveled to Claremont to compete with some of the selected best in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in the Claremont Classic Track and Field Meet, Saturday.