In regards to Samantha Sincock’s column about cannibalism (“Not even just a little nibble?” March 27), when you speak out of your a** it reflects poorly on your staff and even more so, your paper.
Writers Archives: Alex Senyo
Little children run around with giant smiles on their faces, bundled up in sweaters, beanies, gloves, boots and snow pants that are even smeared with, could it be, yes, snow.
On Thanksgiving day, the University of La Verne lost a valuable and memorable member of its community, Verne Orr, former dean of the School of Business and Global Studies.
Basketball season has started. Fans attending the games can get rowdy, excited, and, if the team is anything like it was last season—if not better, fans will not leave disappointed.
A Stu-Han dorm room theft of two laptops, some cash and an external hard drive took place last weekend.
Walking into Ink’d Chronicles, the constant buzzing of tattoo guns, the smell of ink, rubbing alcohol, soap, and “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey, playing in the background lets you know that you are in a tattoo shop.
Tiger Army, one of the biggest bands in the pyschobilly genre of music, hosted a week-long event at the Grove of Anaheim, ending its stay on Halloween night.
The past election involved many harsh words, promises to be kept, vandalism and theft of political lawn signs.
Alex Senyo Staff Writer The La Verne women’s volleyball team hosted the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens on Tuesday. But honoring the team’s three senior players came first. The match started with the senior ceremony for setter Yesenia Lopez, opposite hitter Madison Bradley and outside hitter Brianna Gonzales. The players were met on the court by their parents […]
Have you ever wanted to float lazily on a houseboat around Vembanad Lake, or seen a real life elephant in the Aralam Wildlife Sanctuary? Well now is your chance to visit India and partaking in adventures, all while earning a scholarship.