With conference action looming, the University of La Verne men’s water polo team is struggling to stay afloat.
Writers Archives: Amy Babin
It’s mid-October and throughout the University of La Verne, students are juggling their studies and work. Some, however, know that a key part in balancing a hectic school and work schedule requires a form of physical fitness.
There is something about the University of La Verne volleyball team that its Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference competition cannot seem to overcome.
Students discuss Arnold Schwarzenegger and the governor’s recall election.
The saying goes, hard work pays off, and for the Leopards it finally did. Behind tough physical play and a hat trick from freshmen forward Amber Lejay as well as a goal from junior forward Amy Quesenberry, the Leopards picked up their first two victories of the season with a 2-1 triumph over Pomona-Pitzer and […]
Whether they are artificial or fresh from the garden, flowers are becoming essential to some of today’s hottest hair styles.
Thirty-six years of experience at universities across the country has prepared Fred Yaffe well for the University of La Verne, where he recently took his post as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Anita Heiss and Michael McDaniel are a far-cry from the media-perpetuated stereotypes of the aborigine as homeless urban indigent, or better still, painted bushman clutching a spear.
The season opener came too early for the University of La Verne women’s soccer team as it suffered a 4-1 loss against Chapman University Sept. 6 at Ben Hines Field.
Monday night at The Rock, Allen Fairley, former University of La Verne international student, attended the one-year remembrance of the death of Mazen Walid Saab.