On Thanksgiving day, the University of La Verne lost a valuable and memorable member of its community, Verne Orr, former dean of the School of Business and Global Studies.
Writers Archives: Liz Lucsko
His blue eyes wander as they take in the scene before him. He talks easily regardless of the fact that he is talking to a stranger. With incredible poise, he answers each question, laughing easily as if he were among friends.
Senior movement and sports science major Todd Cannon builds wooden sea kayaks.
Despite a par-breaking performance by the University of Redlands in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament Wednesday, the University of La Verne golf team managed to secure a second-place finish in the conference and a berth in the national tournament.
Expectations soared April 9 as the University of La Verne men’s volleyball team loaded its two buses with a sense of excitement hardly dampened by 5 a.m. weariness.
College life is not always easy. Aside from trying to find time for studying, writing term papers and working several jobs, not to mention personal time, some students and faculty have an extra commitment in their schedules – rehearsal time.
University of La Verne junior Sara Kirk had no luck trying to contact Derek Wendt, senior, about the damage to his Honda Civic on Monday.
The University of La Verne softball team was flawless last weekend, going 6-0, including 4-0 in the month-long Chapman Sun West Tournament. This week it raised its winning streak to eight games after beating Willamette University twice Tuesday, 8-7 and 13-5.
One cannot help but notice the intriguing art on the Tall Wall Space, which is part of a show called “Re-Connecting,” by artist Douglas C. Bloom.
Boxing anyone? Sorry gentleman. Take a seat, this event is just for the ladies. The “Foxy Boxing” craze has swept through the University of La Verne female population.