When walking down the street, a mother and daughter see an outfit in the window. The mother says, “I remember when I used to wear that.”
Writers Archives: Naoko Yokota
For any team to be successful, a prerequisite is talent. An unskilled team stands little chance of winning half of its games, much less a championship. However, talent will only take a team so far. To get to the next level, a squad needs ambition and good chemistry.
University of La Verne’s annual Bowling Night took place Tuesday, bringing free fun to students.
Philosophy. Existentialism. Theater. Criminal law. These four words do not seem to have much in common to most people, but to senior philosophy major Dustin Lorentz, they make perfect sense.
Two freshman had top-three finishes in four individual events to spark the University of La Verne women’s and men’s track and field teams to victory over Occidental, while the women also topped Pomona-Pitzer on Saturday.
Last Tuesday, the screening of the motion picture, “In Too Deep” was shown at La Fetra Auditorium as part of the Intermediate Video Production class, taught by Don Pollock, associate professor of communications
In the directing students class at the University of La Verne, students experienced their first project in their directing careers.
Housing staff Melissa Negrete, Veronica Ramirez, Julie Thurman Francisco, Julie Hurst and Sara Strauhal talk about renovation in the Oaks A ,B, C, D and E buildings scheduled for this summer.
Music filled the air, and a classical whim flowed through the University of La Verne’s Chapel on Feb. 24. The scattering of fingers across a black and white keyboard was pianist Dr. Peter Green’s way of sharing his award-winning talent with ULV students and community members.
A five-game winning streak for the University of La Verne men’s basketball team was snapped Monday night at the hands of Occidental, 94-89.