Testing both their physical and mental limits, University of La Verne seniors Matt Durant and Ryan Burchfield have begun new hobbies, running triathlons and marathons, respectively.
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Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) action ended for the University of La Verne’s baseball team last weekend as it won two out of three games against Pomona-Pitzer to capture a share of second place.
Three meetings attended by a total of 47 students, as well as a memorandum distributed in the University of La Verne’s residence halls informed students about the new room selection process for next year.
With two men on and two out in the bottom of the ninth inning, the Univeristy of La Verne was behind one run and junior Mike Guzman had the game in his hands with a full count.
Senior David Dang returns a serve during Friday’s doubles match against Western New Mexico.
The Chapel was filled with beautiful sounds of music Wednesday, as Dr. Peter Green, assistant professor of music at Los Angeles City College, gave a recital that was sponsored by the University of La Verne Music Department.
The suffocating heat is unexpected as one fan enters the Hockey Silo in Chino. “It sure is stuffy in here,” he says, making his way around the rink to sit on the bleachers with other fans.
Continuing its tradition of matching students with employers, the Career Development Center (CDC) at the University of La Verne sponsored Career Day on Tuesday. Despite rainy weather, about 200 students attended the event, which took part in the Old Gym.
How does it feel to be inducted into the University of La Verne’s Hall of Fame?
College is a rite of passage, a chance to shine, grow, expand one’s horizons and learn. The learning process is not limited to lecture and research; the learning process is intended to deal with each individual in their own unique way.