After three rounds at the Division III National Golf Championships, junior Mark Watson, a member of the University of La Verne golf team, is in 37th place.
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About 30-45 minutes from La Verne via the 405 freeway and Beach Boulevard, Huntington Beach, otherwise known as Surf City, is an ideal place to go during the summer and has much to offer its visitors.
Monday morning at 7:30 a.m., the six University of La Verne fraternities and sororities kicked off Greek Week by displaying their letters at various places on campus only to have them burned, stolen and reararranged during the next night.
From the outside looking in, it does not look pretty for the Greeks. It is true when people say, “The few spoil it for many.” Greek Week has been postponed by an incident that occurred during so-called “friendly competition.”
Greek Week activities came to a halt Wednesday after several Greek organizations released a written statement citing safety and public appearance reasons for terminating the week-long competition.
Alumni from as far back as 1927 attended the University of La Verne’s Alumni Weekend April 11-12, where a plethora of activities were scheduled to welcome and honor former students.
He has only been playing since his sophomore year in high school, so it is easy to say that senior Seth Marrs is not the typical baseball player. Most players at the collegiate level have been playing since they were children.
As tax deadline approached Tuesday, Pomona postal employees Jason Lemus and Allen Rios sorted through the last minute mailings.
For two University of La Verne baseball players Wednesday night, the Leopards’ 4-2 loss to Azusa Pacific was more about being heroes than being goats.
La Verne’s Student Resource Center, in an effort to promote alcohol awareness, sold 25 cent mocktails Friday in front of the Student Center.