While all University of La Verne seniors may be excited about the coming summer break, many students are also looking for job opportunities that will both advance their careers and fill their pocketbooks.
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Casting out into the waters of Pomona’s Puddingstone Lake, the newly formed ULV Marlins Fishing Club took its inaugural expedition Sunday.
It is hard to imagine that just a few weeks ago, the University of La Verne baseball team was in the middle of a losing streak. It has managed to bounce back, walking away from last weekend’s series with a three-win sweep over the University of Redlands.
With March Madness upon us, National Collegiate Athletic Association basketball tournament betting pools have become as ubiquitous in the sports world as misdemeanors and illegitimate children.
It was another disappointing week for the University of La Verne baseball team. After a tough weekend, ULV lost on Monday, 11-4, to Desales University. They dropped two games Saturday to Pomona Pitzer, 11-6 and 16-3, in a doubleheader. ULV lost another to Pomona-Pitzer, 10-8, Friday.
Many University of La Verne students celebrate a holiday they do not understand, or care to know the history of. But what is the story behind Thanksgiving Day?
The stage was set Monday night for a Tropical Paradise. Tiki torches lined the walkway to Founders Hall and soft Hawaiian music set the tone for the first of the annual Homecoming events: Illumination.
The dancing lights flicked shadows upon the stark white pins that were waiting patiently for the next player. As the black lit lanes sparkled, so did the bright neon bowling balls that the University of La Verne students racked up on the machines.
Cinco de Mayo, a nationwide holiday, is celebrated in the United States. It is a day of festivities as well as a day many spend with family and friends.
The sun is hot; midterms are here, which means spring break cannot be far away. Classes will be out and beaches all over will soon be the destination of most college students.