For a San Diego native, I was very disturbed when I went to the San Diego Union-Tribune web page this week and saw that there was an 11th hour meeting scheduled for Wednesday between outfielder Tony Gwynn and the Padres.
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As student enrollment throughout the nation continues to steadily climb, and is expected to continue for the next 10-15 years, officials at the University of La Verne, concerned with ensuring the continuity of the school, presented a list of potential growth options at the Board of Trustees meeting on Nov. 4.
The fumble came on the Whittier 38-yard line. The University of La Verne football team had had a difficult time all night holding on to the ball. On the most pivotal play in the game, it set the Poets up for the 60-yard pass that gave them the lead and the win, 20-17, in the […]
The University of La Verne’s Athletic Training program is seeking accreditation from the Commission for the Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs, and director Marilyn Oliver is confident that the move will improve the existing curriculum and benefit the students.
Many students at the University of La Verne take on extra responsibilities, including athletics, clubs, organizations and community service projects.
Many times in our society, the actions of a child are blamed on the parents. It is a commonly held belief that a child acts as his parents have taught him to act, and thus the parents should hold partial responsibility, if not shoulder the entire blame for their offspring’s actions.
After trailing the Chapman Panthers for the majority of the game, the University of La Verne Leopards were poised to tie the score with only minutes left in the fourth quarter. But, a failed extra-point attempt by Flynn Turner left the Leopards one point short and all out of steam.
A win over Pomona-Pitzer last Friday would have left the University of La Verne’s women’s soccer team in third place in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, but the Sagehens proved to be too much for the Leopards, defeating La Verne 3-2, leaving them 5-7 in SCIAC.
After three disappointing losses over the past three weeks, the University of La Verne’s football team traveled to Cal Lutheran University for the Kingsmen’s Homecoming looking to redeem itself. With a 47-18 victory, the Leopards did just that, jumping on the Kingsmen early and often.
The University of La Verne’s undefeated women’s volleyball team, ranked second in the West Region and 11th nationally, is looking to end Cal Lutheran’s two-year reign as Southern Californian Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champions.