Local public schools, with those across the state and nation, are in a holding pattern awaiting further notice on what school will look like in fall 2020, as the U.S. with the rest of the world considers life moving forward amid the global pandemic.
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Couples and singles around the world have been “Zooming” to find creative accommodations to help keep their love life alive and well, despite being forced to social distance.
Matt Durant, athletic department strength and conditioning coordinator, has been keeping University of La Verne athletes working out while sheltering in place – via Instagram.
Aside from figuring out how to keep players in shape for next season, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused University of La Verne coaches to adapt to a new process of one of the most important parts of their job: recruiting.
Sean Bernard, professor of creative writing, had been scheduled for the weekly faculty lecture series on March 24. But when the lecture was canceled – with all on-campus events when the University closed and migrated online in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic – Bernard posted his slides online.
La Verne coaches and players have been trying to adapt new and efficient ways of continuing the athletic department ever since the University closed its campus for the spring semester due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Leopards baseball team came back from a five run deficit in their doubleheader against Whitman last weekend, and in doing so the Leopards evened out their overall record and currently stand 9-9 overall.
The Claremont High School theater program hosted its second play of 2020 last week with the showing of “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time.”
The Leopards softball team lost to Linfield in a double header on Sunday, breaking their undefeated record.
The 19th annual Common Good International Film Festival was held last week in the Campus Center ballrooms.