Spring has arrived and the Lenten season is in full swing. Christians all around the world and at the University of La Verne are making sacrifices to celebrate the season.
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Former La Verne student Wayne Vaughn, Jr., music producer and club manager, died on Feb. 24 in Hollywood, Calif., from one gunshot wound to the chest. He was 27.
The Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference has altered its strict out-of-season practice guidelines to more closely adhere to the National Collegiate Athletic Association regulations.
The thought of an 18-year-old competing in the National Football League against a 30-year-old man with eight years of professional experience and four years of college experience makes me feel a little uneasy.
Women’s basketball won two out of three games during the past week to finish the 2003-2004 season strong with an overall winning record of 16-9.
A unique element of diversity has been introduced to downtown Claremont in recent months with the addition of a new museum of Latino art.
Baseball began the 2004 season strong, gaining two solid wins against National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics opponents in their tough pre-season schedule.
The University of La Verne football players will trade in pads for golf clubs on June 24 at Sierra Lakes Country Club in Fontana where they will host a golf tournament fundraiser.
The track and field team participated in two invitationals last weekend to improve their performance and qualify them for Nationals.
The University of La Verne men and women’s track and field team broke records and placed an impressive second overall in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championships on Monday at Frank Burns Track Complex in Claremont.