It was a season of highs and lows for the men’s and women’s track teams, as the Leopards concluded their season Saturday at the Occidental Invitational in Eagle Rock.
Writers Archives: Jonathan Smith
George Keeler, professor of journalism, and communications department chairman, was recognized last week for completing 30 years of service at the University of La Verne.
It’s hard to believe that in about seven more months, the new millennial decade will be old news. And what a decade it was. Historic events, new horizons and funny bloopers will be burned in my mind for all of time. Or at least until I die, or just forget. So here are some things […]
The season ended on a high note for the La Verne baseball team as it avoided a three game sweep by winning the final game of the series against Pomona Pitzer, 13-10, on Saturday at Ben Hines Field.
Out of the shadows of a tough economy comes this summer’s first popcorn flick. “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” holds you captive during intense action scenes but does not have enough solid material to keep you interested after the credit rolls.
The women’s water polo team dropped its sixth game in a row against Cal Lutheran, 13-4, on Saturday at Los Flores Park.
Spring break is usually reserved for vacation, but instead of beach umbrellas and surf boards, the University of La Verne debate team competed in the 2009 United States Universities National Debating Championships.
The La Verne track and field teams were busy this spring break competing in a Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference multi-dual meet on Saturday in Whittier.
If you know me, you know I love to sing. It is not a secret. I probably sing more than babies are born. I can’t help myself, I love music and nothing else. I sing in any place, at any time. I sing Disney songs in the shower. I sing N’Sync songs at rock paintings. […]
Chris Kaelberer and Noor Wahba will be president and vice president, respectively, for the Associated Students of the University of La Verne beginning in Fall 2009.