Few college athletes can brag that they once shared the court with an eventual professional superstar.
Writers Archives: Galo Pesantes
It’s funny how in a short amount of time, everything will be over. I know my college days have zoomed by me. Since the beginning of this year, I have loved every moment with my classmates, professors and friends I have had here at La Verne.
For the past several weeks, I have been applying for jobs like crazy, like most seniors getting ready to work in life after college.
University of La Verne faculty will receive 2.5 percent raises for the 2008-2009 academic year as part of a salary pool increase of 3.49 percent by the Board of Trustees.
Perfection has become a common trait for the University of La Verne golf team for the past two years. The team completed another historic season on Tuesday by going undefeated in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference for the second time earning them back-to-back championships.
To honor student-athletes and their academic achievements, the University of La Verne athletic department hosted a roomful of scholar athletes on April 23. The event gave certificates of distinction to more than 70 athletes in the 19 different intercollegiate sports on campus.
Tuesday night, I was in attendance with my fellow Society of Professional Journalists members at the Rancho Cucamonga Quakes baseball game.
Since taking over the editor in chief position of this newspaper, I have been looking for that groundbreaking idea to take this publication to the next level.
One of the first things I am asked when someone visits my house is: “Why do you have so many dogs?”
Following three straight losses to Chapman, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Pomona-Pitzer, the La Verne men’s tennis team looked to end their losing streak against Concordia-Irvine on Wednesday.