On May 28, the University of La Verne will say goodbye to three of its star athletes. Michelle Fontanez, Michelle Tang and Lacy Cascadden are all graduating.
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Summer is moving in and University of La Verne students are feeling the heat. With the weather getting warmer, the clothes are getting skimpier and students want to shed their winter pounds.
In a recent decision, the NCAA has allowed Division III football programs including the University of La Verne’s, to play a “nontraditional” season for the first time this year.
The Mission West Street Festival in South Pasadena displayed paintings, sculptures, photography, jewelry, clothing, and specialty soaps from over 100 artists and crafters all in two short blocks last Saturday.
The University of La Verne women’s tennis team finished the fifth seed in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference last weekend.
The La Verne women’s tennis team lost a heart breaker, 5-4 to Pomona-Pitzer on April 8, at the Nancy Blickenstaff Tennis Pavilion.
The Leopards were victorious over Caltech at the Nancy Blickenstaff Tennis Pavilion in La Verne Friday, 8-1.
Cell phones are running rampart across America with more than 150 million users. Almost everyone has one and is not afraid to use it, no matter where it is. We have all been in the doctor’s office, movie theater, bank, elevator, restaurant, classroom and even job interviews with the oblivious, annoying cell phone user. Chances […]
University of the South shut out the University of La Verne women’s tennis team 0-9, March 12 at the Nancy Blickenstaff Tennis Pavilion in La Verne.
The University of La Verne men’s tennis team came up short on Mar. 2 losing 6-1 to Chapman University at the Nancy Blikenstaff Tennis Pavilion.