Even with a few minor drawbacks there is no keeping the La Verne Spirit Squad down.
The Leopards’ men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams dropped their home opener against the Sagehens of Pomona-Pitzer on Friday afternoon.
With late-night study sessions, busy schedules and the new-found freedom to eat and drink what you want, it becomes easy to gain weight. The freshman 15 is something that a lot of students are aware of but do nothing about.
The gun went off on Saturday morning at Sneaky park and students, faculty and members of the community headed down D Street, for the 5k Community Fun Run, put on by the University’s athletic training education program.
In a game which both teams played great smashmouth defense, penalties by the Leopards and big plays from the Redlands Bulldogs’ defense proved to be the deciding factors Saturday as the Bulldogs defeated the Leopards, 27-7.
Powerful words, knowledge and different points of view filled the President’s Dining Room on Oct. 28 during a debate put on by the University’s debate team for the Hot Spots lecture series.
As students we all look forward to the day we can say, “I got a job.” To get the job you want, however, you need to distinguish yourself among all the other people going for the same job. And that is what the University of La Verne’s Society of Accountants aims to do.
Even with the busy schedule of a college student, with help from Christ’s X Factor – a Christian religious group on campus – students who are interested in maintaining their Christian connections may do so.
The football team fell to the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Stags, 20-14, for its 14th loss in a row.
Offering a relaxing environment and good music, Scripps College presented Levitt on the Lawn on Oct. 1.