With a fiery and compassionate spirit – from the hems of her colorfully flowing tunics, to her spiky white-blond hair, laughing blue eyes and altruistic tendencies – recently retired University of La Verne Associate Professor of Theatre Jane Reilly Dibbell consistently demonstrated purity of heart.
Writers Archives: Ian Gratz
In a world that views terminal illness as painful and heartbreaking, individuals such as Jane Dibbell prefer to take on the perspective that the experiences may also be a blessing.
With numerous awards and trophies accumulated throughout her life, being named Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Player of the Year should be anything but surprising to junior Amy Brummel.
Entering the 2000 season as defending national champions, the University of La Verne men’s volleyball team will attempt to repeat what was immensely deserved a year ago.
After finishing third in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) the last two seasons and narrowly missing the playoffs last year, the University of La Verne men’s basketball team (10-4, 14-11 overall) begins its season tonight with a group of players with limited collegiate experience.
Justin Borba remembers his days on the UC Santa Cruz diving team. His coach left after his first season, so Borba shouldered the difficult task of both diving and coaching the following year.
Photo essay about Homecoming Day 1999.
The decision to leave home and go to college can be difficult for many young people. For Melinda Tetanto, a University of La Verne freshman, leaving Indonesia may well have been a matter of life and death.
The University of La Verne swim team surpassed the expectations of spectators, coaches and itself Saturday in a practice meet against California State University, Northridge, at the La Verne Aquatic Center.
“Unbelievable” best described the rip-roaring energy that encompassed Dailey Theatre last Friday when the Lori Andrews Jazz Harp Quartet performed.