Forget the New Kids on the Block (sorry Toni Dreier), forget the Dixie Chicks (sorry Jennifer Parsons) and forget other bands and artists who come and go within a few months after one or two hits. It is all about Morrissey.
Writers Archives: Damien Alarcon
A local mechanic shop has filed a lawsuit against a University of La Verne student who claims that the company overpriced materials, did not properly install items and possibly sabotaged her vehicle, among other things.
Two weeks from today I will present my senior project to professors and instructors of the University of La Verne. My project, two eight-page issues of an alumni newsletter for Phi Delta Theta, will be presented through some sort of medium — either an overhead projector, Power Point, handouts, whatever.
Responsibility and patience are virtues that Mario Guerrero has gained in the 22 years of his life. Next year, he will need those factors to thrive during his final year at the University of La Verne.
The Moot Court team of the San Fernando Valley College of Law a branch of the University of La Verne, took second place overall in the 31st annual Roger J. Traynor California Moot Court Competition, a prestigious contest featuring most of the law schools in the state on April 1-2.
After the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Sacramento Kings 113-89 last Thursday and took the first two games of the five-game series, almost everyone in Southern California began to tilt his seat back, place his feet on a table, pop open a Corona and prepare for some calm, smooth sailing.
While walking through the dining area of the Spot recently, most of the people eating had something in common. Were they all simultaneously studying their notes and textbooks? No. Were they wearing ULV-printed clothing? No. Did they all have dark hair? No.
In preparation for tomorrow’s Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Championships in Eagle Rock, the track team did not send a full squad, but still competed in last weekend’s Meet of Champions at Azusa Pacific University.
University of what? Where is La Verne?” These are typical questions I have received over the past four years from people who are not familiar with the area.
Head coach Pat Widolff came back home from Whittier after the end of Saturday’s Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Quad Meet with a sense of contentment and pride for the track and field teams.