In an event that will magnetize some of the best debating teams in the world, the intervarsity debate tournaments, which are to be held at Oxford University and Cambridge University Nov. 10-18. It provides the University of La Verne’s debate team its first international competition of the year.
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In a difficult doubleheader that provided continued conference action, the University of La Verne men’s water polo team piled two more victories onto its record by defeating the visiting teams of Pomona-Pitzer and Chapman University.
In an exemplary premiere performance, the University of La Verne Speech and Debate Team traveled to San Diego State University on Oct. 14-16 to compete in the Aztec Invitational. In continuing with tradition, the team proved their excellence by capturing several top honors.
Ranking in the top 20 teams in the national polls is an accomplishment that is usually reserved for well-established teams. However, the University of La Verne’s men’s water polo team has defied this stereotype by breaking into the national scene in only its third year of existence. By defeating numerous Division I teams and continuing […]
In a futile effort to continue climbing up the national rankings, the University of La Verne men’s water polo team fell short of victory on Wednesday, losing to Loyola Marymount University, 8-6.
In continuing an annual tradition, the University of La Verne student body elected 10 seniors to be a part of the 2000 Homecoming Court, which was announced on Oct. 9 during the Illumination ceremony.
It is the end of September and still nearly seven months before every star bedazzles their dress, highlights their hair and hooks with the newest “hottie,” but already in the Hollywood industry people and moviegoers are predicting and handicapping their best guesses for the 2000 Academy Awards Ceremony.
Demonstrating an impressive ability to compete on a national level, the University of La Verne men’s water polo team defeated two nationally ranked squads on Friday Sept. 15, improving its record to 7-1.
Beginning on Aug. 24 and continuing through Sept. 4, Student Orientation welcomed University of La Verne’s newest class of 425 students with a week full of academic and social activities.
A pizza delivery person is standing outside of Brandt Hall, waiting for the customer to arrive and pick up the food that has been ordered. There is not a delivery truck to be seen. The uniform is familiar to any student at the University of La Verne, a black polo shirt and black matching hat. […]