Even without a head coach, the Hope International Royals can play with a winning attitude, and on Tuesday night, they demonstrated this ability to compete without leadership, as the Royals handed the University of La Verne’s women basketball team its fifth loss of the season, 75-55.
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Robert G. Gomez and his employees from Interstate Field Services, began tearing the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house down on Monday at 7 am.
He came to become part of the team, and now he leads the team.
It was the championship game where both teams came prepared to battle through four painful, dirty quarters. It was the first ranked team playing against the second ranked team, and both teams came to win.
Isn’t it ironic? Don’t ya think? It’s like playing the team you just beat again.
George Keeler’s profession is journalism, and journalists are story tellers. He saw his sabbatical in the spring of 2000 as a chance to tell stories as well as a chance to gather information to be able to tell stories in the future.
John Joines, a senior music major at the University of La Verne, said he simply loves music.
The University of La Verne’s Natural Science Department received three new faculty members this academic year, each one of them bringing diverse experiences to their specialized classes.
Jason Walker hopes to get a strike for his team as Chuck Chastin keeps a close eye on him.
Sophomore Nira Ortega and her friend Ray Flores enjoy a free round of pool at Dave and Busters, which would normally cost them $10 per hour, on Saturday.