With all of the major stressers out there, it is no wonder some students, faculty and staff here feel they must pay a bundle to cure such things like head and body aches, colds, burns and of course, one of the more unsightly bothers of today’s superficial world – yellow teeth.
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Photo essay on life in Oaxaca, Mexico
The University of La Verne softball team faced off against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps last weekend in hopes of grabbing their fourth consecutive Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title. The Leopards needed to win all three games of the weekend to take first place in SCIAC and move on to regionals.
The University of La Verne Latino Alumni Association honored two alumni recently, with a Tardeada at the Sheraton Fairplex.
The University of La Verne men’s volleyball team was awarded the Midwest/West Region bid Monday to the 2003 Molten Division III National Championships, to be held April 11-12 at Juniata College in Huntingdon, Penn.
The comfortable, cozy environment of the Human Resources Department will miss recently retired Rebecca Franklin, the former University of La Verne benefits manager and assistant director of human resources.
As gas prices continue to increase, University of La Verne students and faculty are starting to feel a major dent in their wallets and bank accounts.
The University of La Verne baseball team was slated to host the annual California Classic this past weekend, but due to rain Saturday, the tournament was abbreviated.
Martin Glicklich, flutist, was accompanied by Timothy Durkovic, pianist, at a faculty recital Friday in Founders Auditorium.
After failing to convert on three match points in the fifth and deciding game of Monday’s match, the University of La Verne men’s volleyball team was handed its first loss in its last four matches by the entirely international squad of Concordia College in New York.