Welcome to the University of Ontario, in scenic Ontario, Calif., formerly the University of La Verne. If some people have their way, that is what your children could hear if they decide to attend this University.
Writers Archives: Brice Nixon
Most kids in youth sports would say they appreciate when their parents come to support them. It is important that parents take an interest in their children’s activities.
It was déjà vu, only the tables were turned.
Last weekend, an amazing thing happened on the campus of the University of La Verne.
Competition is a good thing. But the XFL, the football league to begin play in February 2001, is far from competition for the NFL. It is something more along the lines of a twisted spin-off.
In its last chance to get back on track and regain the rhythm that produced 23 wins in as many games, the University of La Verne women’s volleyball team swept Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 15-12, 17-15 and 15-3 on Nov. 2 in the Supertents.
The NCAA Division III women’s volleyball championships come to La Verne this year as the No. 9 Leopards were chosen to host the West Region playoffs, which started yesterday.
Most would agree that La Verne is not like many college towns when it comes to providing opportunities for students to get away from the classroom environment, relax and enjoy the company of good friends.
In its biggest match of the season, the University of La Verne women’s volleyball team came up with one of its best performances to beat its rival and toughest opponent the last few years.
With all the editorial column inches we have given to teachers failing to meet expectations, it is time to shed light on one who far exceeds any standards for teaching excellence.