La Verne will lose another outstanding Leopard athlete come the end of the semester, as pitcher and infielder Mark Larini has played his last game for the University.
During this school year we have watched our class sizes increase, our financial aid decrease, our parking spots fill up and ours sports leave campus one-by-one.
After losing to Cal Lutheran in the SCIAC championship tournament at the end of 2010, the athletics department thought that a coaching change would give the women’s volleyball team that extra push it needed to get back to the top of the conference.
With the school year coming to an end, the communications department is already gearing up for fall 2011 – preparing new leaders for its media outlets the Campus Times, La Verne Magazine and LeoFM.
As the gas prices keep rising and people become desperate to find alternate ways of travel, the Senate has began taking its own measures to try and remedy the situation.
As the end of the school year approaches, students use a variety of methods and tactics to survive these final weeks and conquer it successfully.
After helping the golf team win the SCIAC Championship, it would seem unlikely that things could get better for junior psychology major Andrew Roque, but they did.
The Leopards gave Ben Hines Field and their seniors a proper farewell last Friday, beating Caltech, 13-3, in seven innings.
La Verne’s two-game losing streak ended as they pulled out a 5-4 win against Occidental Saturday in one of the last games on Ben Hines Field.
It was opening night at the Epicenter in Rancho Cucamonga as the Quakes played their first official home game as new minor league affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers and edged out a 5-3 win against the Lancaster Jethawks in front of 3,824 fans April 14.