After coming off the best season the University of La Verne men’s volleyball team has ever had, second year head coach Jack Coberly is not only looking to improve upon last year’s championship team.
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Appearing daily on the bench just outside of the student center is a tenacious junior wide receiver and baseball player who can always be seen surrounded by his adoring masses with a smile on his face, junior Andrew Woolsey.
A phrase that will describe the University of La Verne men’s and women’s swimming teams all season will be: That was the first time the Leopards did (insert record/event here).
The University of La Verne Board of Trustees held its biannual meeting Saturday, Nov. 14 to discuss what the University has in store for the future.
With elections just around the corner (Nov. 3), it is necessary for the University of La Verne community to be well-informed of propositions and candidates that will ultimately influence and structure laws and society.
Plenty of school gear and spirit dominated the University of La Verne last week as a result of the 77th annual Homecoming/Spirit Week, entitled “Leopalooza: A Tribute to Rock n’ Roll,” sponsored by the Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum.
Call it a trick of the eye, or an urban legend, but, as Halloween approaches, many around campus are testifying to paranormal happenings.
Talents from students at the University of La Verne have no limitations. They range from academics to sports, and from theater to speech. Not only have the students made an impression with their wide range of talent, but faculty and staff have also added their personal talents to make an impression on the University as […]
Reconstruction of Davenport Dining Hall is under progress due to last Friday’s fire. The University has contracted J.A. Bradley Construction & Restoration, to handle reparation of the damages.
A fire broke out in the office of Frank Crescenzo, executive chef, in Davenport Dining Hall in the late evening hours of Oct. 2. It will now cost the University of La Verne between $60,000 and $70,000 to repair the damages.