Priscilla Saint-Cyr, a freshman athletic training major was left alone on the court to defend Team Sketch in two rounds at the Campus Activities Board intramural dodge ball tournament May 7 in the Sports Science and Athletics Pavilion Gymnasium.
Writers Archives: Sherazad Shaikh
Megan Sebestyen Staff Writer During the Civil Rights Movement, a group of women used its authority as educators to fight for equal rights. A new book set for publication in late 2009 or early 2010 will examine the effect of African American women educators during this time. Assistant Professor of Education Cleveland Hayes contributed a […]
The season ended on a high note for the La Verne baseball team as it avoided a three game sweep by winning the final game of the series against Pomona Pitzer, 13-10, on Saturday at Ben Hines Field.
It is that time of year again. The aroma of freshly popped kettle corn is drifting in the spring air. Children are laughing and playing in the middle of the streets. Outdoor vendors are proudly displaying their handcrafted bracelets and earrings. This can only mean that the farmers’ market season has started.
Senior Brianna Gonzales of the La Verne volleyball team was given the All-American Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year award last month given out by the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
A lesbian Episcopalian priest shared the movie screen with an animated space hero last weekend at the 11th Annual Smogdance Film Festival.
Two women trying to find a special piece to their identity is the main theme in “Hija Olvidadas: Two Contemporary Plays by Hispanic Women Writers.”
The Leopards continued their recent tear and returned to conference play this past weekend completing a three game sweep over last-place Occidental.
Greek Week was in full effect on campus this week, with the annually anticipated event rolling out new challenges to keep the competition high.
The University of La Verne’s best kept secret has added yet another award to its trophy cabinet.