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La Verne takes one from Redlands

La Verne takes one from Redlands
Sophomore catcher George Holland dodges the tag by Redlands’ first baseman Jon Cavender in the bottom of the fifth inning Saturday. The Leopards were declawed by the Bulldogs in the top of the 6th inning, when Redlands scored five runs in a row. La Verne held Redlands the rest of the game, losing, 6-1. The Leopards were able to take the second game, 9-6. / photo by Cameron Barr  Read More →

La Verne loses close games

La Verne loses close games
Sophomore first baseman Raven Freret is congratulated by head coach Julie Smith after hitting a home run in the first inning of the second game of La Verne’s doubleheader against Pomona-Pitzer in Claremont Saturday. Freret’s blast gave the Leopards to a 2-0 lead. Unfortunately, the Leopards gave up both games, 6-5 and 9-8. The Leopards now hold a 10-4 overall record and a 6-4 SCIAC record. The... 

State of the University

State of the University
President Devorah Lieberman gave her second state of the University address Wednesday in the Campus Center. Lieberman covered topics from student enrollment trends to the future plans for incoming freshman and the new La Verne Experience. Lieberman concluded the address by taking questions from faculty and staff. / photo by Scott Mirimanian  Read More →

Letters to the Editor

Activism in social media Dear Editor, Thank you both for the wonderful, warm, and completely accurate article in today’s issue of the consistently stellar Campus Times (“Class explores activism,” Feb. 24). It’s not easy to glean the “inner essence” of an endeavor like this one, but the piece nails it. Devorah Lieberman and Matt Witt each emailed me this morning to the effect that they were... 

Music builds a bridge from Africa to Appalachia

Music builds a bridge from Africa to Appalachia
Joti Rockwell tunes his mandolin before Trans-Atlantic Steel: Appalachian Strings and Zimbabwean Keys, a faculty recital in Pomona College’s Lyman Hall on Saturday. Rockwell performed an unusual combination of African and Appalachian music with Tony Perman, who played several Zimbabwean instruments including the Mbira, a keyed instrument used mainly in rituals honoring ancestral heritage. / photo... 

College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s List, Fall 2011

The following students earned a grade point average of 3.75 or higher in the College of Arts and Sciences during the fall 2011 semester. Shelbie Acevedo Roger Adame Hana Alarifi Catalina Albertson Mitchell Aleman Anas Alghuraibi Abdullah Alneghimshee Turki Alqahtani Alexandra Angel Jose Arias, Jr. Arnold Banuelos Jazmin Barragan Kathryn Barrese Sarah Barthel Lisa Beaudoin Michael Beeman Caitlin Bingham Paige... 

Food for the soul

Food for the soul
Child development major Deveeda Smith serves macaroni and cheese to criminology major Myron Woods at the BSU Soul Food Luncheon on Tuesday in the Campus Center. Sociology and liberal studies major Lynesha Williams, BSU president, also served food. / photo by Cassandra Egan  Read More →

Twins uphold family legacy

Twins uphold family legacy
Alyssa and Stefanie Geiger, fraternal twins, sanitize test tubes for lab classes in the biology stockroom Wednesday. The Geiger sisters, both sophomore biology majors, are third-generation students at the University of La Verne. Their grandparents met while in college at La Verne and were engaged on the steps of Founders Hall. / photo by Scott Mirimanian  Read More →

Leopard Scoreboard

At The Buzzer Men’s Basketball, Feb. 21 La Verne- 65 Whittier- 68 Baseball, Feb. 19 La Verne- 2 Concordia (TX)- 8 Softball, Feb. 19 Game 1 La Verne- 5 Occidental- 1 Game 2 La Verne- 11 Occidental- 2 Schedule Friday Baseball @ Occidental, 2:30 p.m. Saturday Baseball vs. Occidental @ Azusa Pacific, 11 a.m. Softball @ Cal Lutheran, noon Women’s water polo vs. Gannon @ Chapman Tournament, noon Women’s... 

Rainy day blues

Rainy day blues
Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Jonathan Reed endures the light rain crossing through the Johnson Family Plaza Wednesday. The storm on Wednesday created flooding in La Fetra Lecture Hall, which caused Phi Sigma Sigma, who was hosting a recruitment event in the hall, to be evacuated. No rain is in the forecast for the upcoming week. Reed has held several positions in his 20-year career... 
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