A chaotic 2018 saw rapper Kanye West once again fall from grace, but West now returns to his gospel-roots with his new project: “JESUS IS KING.”
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The women’s volleyball team was poised to close out a sweep against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps at the Frantz Athletic Court on senior day Saturday but after a huge comeback from the Athenas, they were defeated in the reverse sweep, losing, 3-2.
Amid the ongoing protests for democracy in Hong Kong, a single tweet consisting of an image with seven words was all it took to plunge the NBA into complete chaos. And in that chaos, one thing has become clear: The NBA needs to stop trying to pander to both sides.
After a disheartening 49-14 loss to the hands of Pomona-Pitzer last week, the La Verne Leopards bounced back with a much needed win over Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference rival Whittier, 50-30
With over 400 athletes across 18 teams, it is easy to take La Verne’s athletic programs for granted. But as with many great things, our sports came from very humble beginnings.
La Verne notched a huge win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in its Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener Saturday, upsetting the defending champs in overtime, 20-17, at Ortmayer Stadium.
The sound of music and the hoppy smell of beer flooded the streets of downtown La Verne during La Verne’s Downtown Business Association’s second annual La Verne On Tap beer walk Saturday.
After missing playoffs last season with a 17-23 overall record, the La Verne softball team looks to return to form with the addition of new head coach Dennis Blas.
Last weekend the men’s water polo team hosted the Inland Empire Tournament at the La Verne Aquatics Center, finishing 2-2 on the weekend.
The California Senate took a step in the right direction when it voted to pass Senate Bill 206 Sept. 9.