The past election involved many harsh words, promises to be kept, vandalism and theft of political lawn signs.
Writers Archives: Walter Mansilla
As the regular season winds down to its final game, the La Verne men’s soccer team is sitting pretty with a place in the playoffs after a week of clutch play that included defeating the Caltech Beavers, 6-3, last Saturday, and Pomona-Pitzer, 2-0, on Wednesday.
With negativity in the media about Islam and fundamentalism, many were able to put that negativity to rest, become more educated about Islam and learn about what Muslims believe Jesus to be with a discussion called “Jesus in Islam,” led by Islam follower, Amir Mertaban.
Parents Weekend 2008 was a great start to a new ULV tradition.
The University of La Verne was treated with a Brazilian performance featuring guest musicians and faculty in a concert titled, “Brazilian Impressions,” performed Oct. 10.
Richard Lugo Sports Editor Last Saturday’s football game against Redlands was a 37-7 blowout in the box score but a thriller in person. There was rain, clouds, more than a thousand fans and lots of scoring. Unfortunately for the Leopards, the only scoring they did was on defense and it came in the form of […]
Close to 40 friends, colleagues and family members gathered in the President’s Dining Room to congratulate Henry Negrette, campus safety transportation and security coordinator, on his retirement and to wish him well.
Cal Poly Pomona staged “Bronco Fusion” this week to welcome new students and had special guest band RX Bandits play to cap off the night.
Basking in the lauded praise of his faculty, Ibrahim Helou began his new appointment as University of La Verne School of Business and Public Management dean July 1.
During the summer of 2008, First Street, south of the campus, was converted into a westbound one-way street to accommodate construction traffic for the Abraham Campus Center.