With the 2000 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference title to defend, the La Verne women’s volleyball team opened the season by walking over Life Bible College in three quick games, 30-12, 30-15, 30-11.
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As David Werner, chair of the English department begins his Monday afternoon Shakespeare class, he looks around the classroom at his students. The undergraduates in this class are struggling though, to receive their associate’s degree in the hope of forging ahead in their respective careers.
With the grand opening of the new drive-thru Starbucks coffee shop scheduled for Jan. 6, this popular coffee shop will be sure to attract customers from La Verne as well as its surrounding cities.
As an Orientation Week Leader (O.W.L.), students have the responsibility of making the transition from high school to college, a smoother one for freshmen. There is no certain characteristics or qualifications needed to apply for the position of an O.W.L. The new O.W.L. coordinators are looking for students who want to make a difference in […]
It was déjà vu, only the tables were turned.
With her hair tied up, flowing past her neck and falling just short of her shoulders, she dances gracefully on tiptoes as an awe stricken crowd watches her every move with anticipation.
In honor of all the commuters on campus, the University of La Verne presented games, food, and prizes on Tuesday.
John Collari of Collari Originals in Glendora carves wood pieces and signs for a living.
Among the youngest entrants of Saturday’s chili cook-off in downtown La Verne, brothers Jimmy Ramos, 13, and John Ramos, 10, and friend John Driver, 9, are cutting venison from a deer hunted by Driver and his father earlier this year.
An early scoring rally against the University of La Verne men’s soccer team by Pomona-Pitzer created an an unrecoverable match for the Leopards on Saturday as they were defeated 7-2.