After reading Alex Braden’s rant about the Campus Times article, “Which props. deserve to get props?”, I felt inclined to respond for a few reasons.
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Civil unions and legal marriages were the topic of discussion when Diane M. Goodman visited the University of La Verne, on Nov. 18, to give a speech titled “Domestic Partners vs. Marriage: The Gay Marriage Debate.”
There are many groups around the University of La Verne campus with different focuses, goals and members.
In addition to preparing for the opening of the Catwalk, which is due to open Nov. 20 in Downtown Los Angeles, Mercy Faith Kimbwala works as a personal shopper while attending the University.
A fairly new restaurant, the Grapevine, located off of Foothill Boulevard and Moreno Avenue serves Mediterranean cuisine. What is unknown about the Grapevine experience may be the very key in determining whether it is worth a visit.
Jeffrey Kahan, associate professor of English recently had many pieces of work published and selected for publication that concentrate on William Shakespeare, the forgeries of him and other works during the Renaissance era.
This month marked the opening of a new local attraction, the Fairplex Scareplex. The creators of the Queen Mary’s “Shipwreck” in Long Beach developed the concept and design of the new attraction. However, the Scareplex was a big loser compared to “Shipwreck.”
A long, narrow-but-high paneled ceiling opens its space to what is the Second Street Bistro.
The University of La Verne men’s water polo team competed in the Claremont Convergence Tournament this weekend. The Leopards won three games and lost one over the two day period.
In August mental health professionals received training of a new curriculum which will help mental health professionals treat people in multicultural communities. The new curriculum is based on research developed by psychological professionals.