The Leopard football team beat the Occidental Tigers, 30-21, in an away game to earn its first win of the season.
Boye Christiansen became restless with his normal routine, so he packed up his soccer ball, said goodbye to his family and traveled 5,000 miles away from his native Stavanger, Norway, to find a new stomping ground in La Verne.
Despite many chances in the offensive third of the field for the Leopards, they fell to the visiting Whittier Poets on Saturday by a score of 1-0.
The University is embracing the Jewish holiday known as Sukkot, a seven-day holiday marked by the construction of a Sukkah in Sneaky Park.
A majority of students and faculty said they are not interested in Google+, according to an informal poll designed to determine their awareness, interest and willingness to participate in the new social network.
Despite displaying a much-improved performance, the La Verne Leopards dropped their conference opener to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, 20-17.
After a rainy day in La Verne, the women’s soccer team suffered a 3-0 defeat to the Redlands Bulldogs on a crisp, cold and clear night at Damien High School.
The cross country men’s team finished in fourth place, setting two school records, while the women’s team finished 13th Saturday.
If it wasn’t for the football players walking around in their jerseys, or the cheerleaders walking around with their pom poms, one might have mistaken the pep rally for a party with the blasting hip-hop music presented by Power 106 and DJ Nibblez.