Liz Ortiz Metro Editor The sound of the University of La Verne’s spirit bell resonated in the athletic pavilion during Convocation on Aug.28, letting the La Verne community know that the 123rd academic year had begun. Students, faculty, staff and community members filed into the athletic pavilion for the ceremony,... 
ULV re-evaluates gender identity
CAPA liberal studies major Aiden Aizumi is an activist for transgender issues and has spoken six times on campus in this year alone. He transferred to the University of La Verne from a community college. Aizumi made the transition from female to male five years ago. Aizumi and others on campus are spreading awareness... 
Kellie Galentine Assistant LV Life Editor The price of University parking permits will increase by about 31 percent in fall 2014. The price of parking passes will increase from $95 per year to $125 per year for students, and faculty and staff parking fees will increase by the same ratio from $20 per month to $26 per... 
La Verne's Finest offers diversity
Sophomore music major and soprano Brianna Nemback performs “Vissi D’arte” by Tosca in Morgan Auditorium Sunday for the La Verne’s Finest concert with pianist and adjunct professor of piano Jennifer Cruz. It was the last Sundays at the Morgan performance for the semester. The show ranged in variety from contemporary... 
<i>Book Review</i>: Young writer brings laughs and gore
Michael Saakyan Book Editor Their skin is decomposed and smells rancid. The expression on their face looks like they were punched in the face with a shovel. They can’t think, they can’t run and they live on a well-balanced diet of brains. These creatures are zombies and there has recently been an outbreak of them... 
Alec Spencer, a freshman on the golf team, was named the 2014 Ken Sherman Freshman of the Year and First Team All-SCIAC for his performance on the links this season. The San Diego native studies business administration, likes to skateboard, and listen to Kid Cudi. Spencer finished in seventh place in the SCIAC Championships.... 
Koontz’s music brings prestige
Senior behavioral public relations major Mathieu Koontz enjoys making music in his free time. Koontz taught himself to play the piano at age 11 and has been producing his own music since he was 16. His musical influence comes from his family members who have many musical talents. Koontz hopes to get discovered and... 
Pavilion flutters with excitement
Julie Scheuermann, a Santa Ana Botanic Garden volunteer, shows off a monarch caterpillar at the Butterfly Pavilion. The annual attraction has faced several challenges this year due to the extreme heat and the intrusion of a garden lizard into the habitat, which ate several of the butterflies earlier this week. The... 
Chamber orchestra debuts talent
Sophomore music major Caelin Eager plays with violinist Danielle Rosaria Cummins at the La Verne Chamber Orchestra Spring Concert Saturday in Morgan Auditorium. The duo played two pieces, “Sonatina” by Schubert and “Arioso” by Bach. The concert was the finale of the orchestra’s studies this semester. / photo... 
Kristine Delgadillo Staff Writer The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the CDC, recognized the potential global spread of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome when the first reported case in the U.S. was identified on May 2. MERS is a viral respiratory illness that causes those who are infected to develop severe... 
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