Judge Paul Egly, founding dean of the University of La Verne College of Law, died on June 26 at his residence in Laguna Beach. He was of 97.
Writers Archives: Leah Heagy
This morning I stood in the middle of the Harris Gallery and felt a sense of accomplishment as I looked at the Senior Thesis Art Exhibition that lined the walls around me.
Proposition 8 eliminated the right of same-sex couples to marry in California two weeks ago, putting an end to dueling campaign commercials and rampant sign snatchings. Nevertheless, there is no end in sight for the controversy.
Walking into Ink’d Chronicles, the constant buzzing of tattoo guns, the smell of ink, rubbing alcohol, soap, and “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey, playing in the background lets you know that you are in a tattoo shop.
Senior political science major Jack Cunningham, just 22 years old, is running for Ontario City Council.
Surprise registers on the faces of Homecoming king Matthew White and queen Dionna Houston on Oct. 18 during the crowning ceremony at halftime.
There was a delightful sense of relief in the crowd last Saturday as the Leopards capped off Homecoming weekend with their first win of the season against the visiting Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens, 45-37.
The Telly Awards, College Broadcasters, Inc. and Broadcast Education Association are only a handful of the prestigious international and national organizations that have honored the communications department at the University of La Verne.
Politicians lie. We all know that. When it comes to the presidential race, both parties become pathological and spit out ridiculous accusations.
After four years on the University of La Verne men’s soccer team, captain Gilad Hoffman prepares for his college soccer career to come to a close.