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Rodriguez brings positivity to LV

Rodriguez brings positivity to LV
After 11 years coaching football, two-time cancer survivor Oscar Rodriguez is the new defensive coordinator for the La Verne football team. Rodriguez tells his players, “football is easy, life is hard.” Given the opportunity to work with higher division teams, after a second bout of cancer, he was drawn to La Verne for the people. / photo by Noel Cabrera Kaila Williams Staff Writer The alarm clock... 

Law Gallery exhibit makes impact

Law Gallery exhibit makes impact
Claremont native and UC Irvine graduate Chris Christion explains his work of mixed media to Micah Carter, a student at the University of La Verne College of Law, Sept. 17 at the College of Law Art Gallery. Christion is one of seven artists who is being showcased in the exhibition, “A Continuum of Impact.” The exhibit will run through Dec. 11. / photo by Chelsey Morrison  Read More →

ULV honors victims of atomic bombing

ULV honors victims of atomic bombing
Deep in conversation, Associate Professor of Education Leslie Young and Rancho Cucamonga resident Jeff Pryor listen to the life experiences of atomic bomb survivor Junji Sarashina at the “Hiroshima and Nagasaki Posters Exhibit” reception Monday. The exhibit displays 30 posters depicting the 1945 bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Located in the West Gallery of the Campus Center, the exhibit opened... 

Fiesta celebrates Hispanic Heritage

Campus Activities Board concerts chairwoman and sophomore speech communications major, Alyssa Ramos, helps set up picado banner decorations Wednesday for the Fall Fiesta. Students celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month, which included live music by Mariachi Romanza. Hosted by CAB, Shades of Essence and LSF in Sneaky Park, lunch consisted of churros, enchiladas, chicken tacos, rice, beans and fruit, all... 

LVPD debuts lifesaving program

LVPD debuts lifesaving program
La Verne Police Department Sgt. Chris Fenner wrote a successful grant to fund the non-profit program Project Lifesaver in La Verne, which helps locate missing residents with Alzheimer’s, autism, Down syndrome and dementia. LVPD provides the trackers and wristbands, which have reduced the numbers of personnel and tracking time required to find residents. / photo by Nanor Zinzalian Lauren Harchut ... 

LEAD conference motivates students

LEAD conference motivates students
Keynote speaker Juan Gonzalez welcomes Latino Education Access Conference attendees Saturday in the Sports Science and Athletics Pavilion. Gonzalez, who was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Harlem, is the author of the best-selling book “Harvest of Empire: A History of Latinos in America,” about the sacrifices and triumphs of the growing Latino community. / photo by Chelsey Morrison Chris McMahan... 

Students stress over new parking situation

Camila Rios Staff Writer With an incoming class of approximately 600 students and new restrictions to on-campus lots, many students are expressing frustration with the University of La Verne’s parking situation. “It’s great that La Verne is expanding because it benefits the school and community,” junior biology major Jessica Serrano said. “The downfall is that as the class sizes are growing,... 

Museum opens after hours for Claremont community

Lauren Harchut Staff Writer Students, families and friends all gathered for a weekly event, Art After Hours, from 5-11 p.m. Thursday at the Pomona College Museum of Art. Art After Hours is an event sponsored by the campus radio station, 88.7 FM KSPC. There are a variety of activities scheduled throughout the night including live music, lectures, panels, workshops, film screenings and free access... 

Tigers maul Leopards’ win streak

Tigers maul Leopards’ win streak
La Verne junior midfielder Justin Funes fights to get the ball from Claremont-Mudd-Scripps junior midfielder Mehron Abdi. The Leopards brought down the Stags, 2-1, Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium. / photo by Sarah Vander Zon Alexandra De Leon Staff Writer The men’s soccer team’s winning streak was broken Wednesday, after a tough loss, 2-0, to the Occidental Tigers at Ortmayer Stadium. Occidental sophomore... 

College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s List, Spring 2015

The following students in the College of Arts and Sciences earned a grade point average of 3.75 or better during the spring 2015 semester. Roger Adame Haley Adams Alejandra Aguilar Rocio Alaniz Desly Alejandro Hope Allen Nysa Allen Sarah Alonzo Stacey Alvarez Gregory Amaya Nicole Ambrose Yasmine Andrawis Rebecca Andreano Feliz Arana Helen Arase Audriana Arceneaux Jessica Armenta Angelina Arreola Raymond... 
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