Race and gender are heavy topics to discuss in a room full of multi-racial men and women.
Writers Archives: Walter Mansilla
For most true college athletes, nothing is more important then marks in the win column for their team. But when it comes to personal accolades, none is more prestigious than All-American.
Fifteen large flags waved in the light breeze Nov. 20, representing the countries of students who attend the University of La Verne.
The International Festival held in Sneaky Park, Nov. 20, included displays and desserts made by La Verne students from nations represented by the International Study Abroad Center and the International Student Organization.
It was the end of the road for the women’s volleyball team in the NCAA Division III National Championship finals as the Emory Eagles defeated La Verne, 3-1, in Bloomington, Ill.
The La Verne volleyball team took another step toward a national championship yesterday traveling to Bloomington, Ill., and beating SUNY New Paltz in straight sets, 25-15, 25-16, 25-16, to advance to the semifinals round. La Verne will face Juniata tomorrow at 2:30 p.m., PDT.
As Thanksgiving approaches, students, faculty and staff are longing for the upcoming five-day break. Many will be heading home locally, but some students have long drives ahead of them to see their loved ones.
The University of La Verne hosted its 10th Annual Friends Festival at the La Verne Church of the Brethren, which included performances by the ULV Chorale and four high school choirs on Friday.
Patricia Long, associate professor of psychology, finds sexual violence not only an interesting research topic but also a problem across college campuses.
The women’s volleyball team needed no tricks on Nov. 1 as it crushed Caltech, 3-0, in front of a small crowd at Frantz Athletic Court.