Inside the Campus Center Ballroom last week, students were able to get their pre-Thanksgiving workouts in with Zumba instructor Angelo Tan.
The football team ended the 2011 season on Saturday on a high note by beating Whittier in a closely contested game, 24-20. With the win over the Poets, the Leopards finished the season with its best record since 2005.
In dominant fashion, the football team cruised to a 52-7 victory over the Sagehens of Pomona-Pitzer on Saturday.
Homecoming for the football team Saturday was very welcoming as the Leopards walked away with a convincing 30-21 victory over Chapman.
Coming off a great win over Occidental, the football team rolled into Saturday’s game looking to emulate that success and earn a win over Cal Lutheran but came up short and suffered a 52-17 defeat.
Despite displaying a much-improved performance, the La Verne Leopards dropped their conference opener to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, 20-17.
Moustafa Bayoumi, the award-winning author of “How Does it Feel to be a Problem?” spoke about the hardships that were endured by seven young Arab-Americans after the 9/11 terrorist attacks Tuesday in Morgan Auditorium.
The University welcomed Arthur Trace, the eighth magician to be awarded a Gold Medal International Award of Excellence by the International Brotherhood of Magicians, on Monday in La Fetra Lecture Hall.
La Verne came away from its season opener with a tough loss against the No. 15 ranked NAIA Azusa Pacific Cougars at Citrus College, 65-14.
Although the Leopards have won three games in three years, there are always things to look forward to, thanks to new head coach Chris Krich.