Colorful clothing, flags, art pieces, live salsa dancers, food and laughs brought life to the University of La Verne.
Writers Archives: Ian Gratz
What could have been an easy game became a wake-up call for the University of La Verne football team.
It seems the word college automatically brings to mind one other word, partying. That, in turn, brings to mind alcohol.
The University of La Verne women’s volleyball team has gained valuable experience during its three-match homestand. ULV dominated, were dominated, and now know what it takes to win a five-game match.
The renovation of the Hanawalt Fitness Center, featuring new and improved equipment and an outside weight lifting area, is in its final stages.
Joe Tecca amazes crowds at the Los Angeles County Fair during a show on the half pipe at the new Gravity Zone Skate Park.
There are few places on this earth where one can experience an eclectic swirl of entertainment that appeals to all audiences, regardless of age, gender, or color. But that is the scene of this year’s Los Angeles County Fair that began at the Pomona Fairplex last Thursday and will continue through the 29th.
“He came. He saw. He conquered.” Although it’s a cliché, it fits senior Russell Riehl perfectly.
Head coach Jack Coberly has not been around for long, yet, he has brought his knowledge to lead the University of La Verne men’s volleyball team to a national runner-up and a national championship in only two seasons.
Huge strides toward a national playoff berth were completed last weekend when the men’s volleyball team defeated UC Santa Cruz and UC San Diego.