Roughly 30 people attended the first public debate of the year that asked “Has the U.S. Constitution failed the Latinx Community?” Tuesday in LaFetra Auditorium.
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Ann Hills, associate professor of Spanish and chairwoman of modern languages, has a kind demeanor – but rest assured you will want to stay on this third-degree black belt’s good side.
Staying in shape can be hard to do with so many food temptations around us. However, one shop is turning heads, lettuce heads, into delicious and savory chops – salads in case you’re new.
The La Verne men’s water polo team faced off in a scrimmage on Saturday against the Grossmont Griffins where the Leopards dominated the Griffins for four periods and finished the match with a comfortable 20-9 victory.
After four years of volleyball, Kristen Sanchez will graduate this spring having collected the second most digs in school history.
Another year of Black Friday deals is behind us and while some waited until Monday to acquire the Cyber Monday sales, there are still those who embrace the waiting lines.
The men’s water polo team played its final match of the season against Occidental but fell short of a happy ending, losing 11-10 to the Tigers.
The men’s water polo team traveled to Axelrood Pool in Claremont on Saturday and suffered a loss to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, 12-10.
The La Verne cross country teams competed in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championships Saturday at Prado Park in Chino with seniors Rachael Dela Cruz and Melissa Cerrillos leading the women’s team with their 15th and 20th place finishes respectively.
La Verne men’s water polo suffered a tough defeat to Redlands after a late surge was cut short by the Bulldogs on Saturday at the La Verne Aquatic Center.