“This individual has rights,” said La Verne Police Chief Ron Ingels at a town hall meeting Tuesday at Oak Mesa Elementary School.
Writers Archives: Tom Galaraga
For many of us, June 21 was just another day to lounge around the house, or sleep in until noon, glad to be out of school.
As participants in the Claremont Classic Saturday, members of the University of La Verne track and field team attempted to secure spots for themselves in the National Tournament to be held next weekend in St. Paul, Minn.
Hip hop and R&B pumped up the crowd of about 150 at Skate Express in Chino where African America Student Alliance presented the “Bounce over boundaries, rock to the music, and roller skate through color lines” last week.
His bright smile, and “How are you today?” brighten the day of many weary University of La Verne faculty and students.
The University of La Verne Leopards were ranked No. 1 entering the Molten Division III Men’s Volleyball Invitational held April 23-24, in New York City. ULV, however, left the Big Apple without the title.
Crouched on the edge of the court is Tom Hilton. Intensely watching every move of the University of La Verne men’s volleyball team. Studying the technique of its opposition, strategically planning his method of attack. Carefully rehearsing his tactics and mentally outwitting his adversary.
Musical performances by the University of La Verne music faculty and student Chorale filled the air Friday evening in Founders Auditorium. From classical piano, to jazz, to popular music, the Steinway celebration faculty concert offered something for everyone.
The University of La Verne Peace Fair Tuesday culminated with a concert to raise money for Lambs for Afghanistan, a program which purchases lambs for Afghan refugees.
While the rest of the students were packing up for spring break, the University of La Verne track and field teams were preparing for the La Verne invitational held March 23.