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Faculty celebrates teaching

Faculty celebrates teaching
Susan Caple and students Ariel Cole and Stephanie Contreras presented their integrated business practicum Nov. 29 at the Celebration of Teaching held in the Campus Center Ballroom. Cole’s project was to market Go Cases, iPhone cases that also hold up to two credit cards. Profits from the sale of the iPhone cases will go to the American Cancer Society. / photo by Katherine Careaga Amber J. Guadez Staff... 

Professor brings Leos enthusiasm

Professor brings Leos enthusiasm
Judy Holiday, assistant professor of writing, enjoys all aspects of nature. When she is in her office she likes to throw peanuts and crackers out the window and onto a ledge to feed squirrels and sparrows that visit there. Holiday earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Delaware, her master’s from Cal State San Bernardino, and her doctorate from Arizona State University. / photo by... 

Talent show

Talent show
Freshman communications major Sommer Garcia plays the ukulele at the Winter Wonderland Talent Show last week in Davenport Dining Hall. The purpose of the event was to introduce residents to their faculty fellows, who are assigned to mentor the residents in the different residence halls. / photo by Kelley Maggiulli  Read More →

Spooners opens for business

Spooners opens for business
With a change in management came a change in name. The location that formerly housed Angel’s place, a Greek restaurant, now features Spooners. Spooners is the new restaurant on D Street in La Verne. Spooners is open for breakfast, lunch and even early dinner, offering a big variety of diner foods such as burgers, steaks, and chicken fingers. / photo by Hunter Cole  Read More →

Accident outside ACB

Accident outside ACB
A University of La Verne student looking for a parking spot collided with a local business owner’s truck Tuesday on D Street in front of the Vista La Verne residence hall. No one involved was seriously injured. / photo by Zachary Horton  Read More →

Leaver explores smoke imagery

Leaver explores smoke imagery
Associate Professor of Art History Jon Leaver spoke about “Smoke Imagery and Contemporary Art in Los Angeles” at the faculty lecture Monday. Leaver looked at smoking in historic and contemporary painting in Los Angeles throughout his studies. / photo by Kelly Maggiulli Danielle Hunt Staff Writer Monday’s faculty lecture in the President’s Dining Room focused on the effects of smoke in contemporary... 

Officers enforce new parking regulations

Officers enforce new parking regulations
Amid the campus parking crisis, Chaffey College student and parking enforcement officer Michael Galvan parks in the front of a red curb on Third Street. Galvan patrols the streets of La Verne day and night to enforce the University and City of La Verne strict parking rules. The new parking rules came as a shock to students who were sent a notification email before Thanksgiving break. / photo by Zachary... 

City imposes stricter parking regulations

City imposes stricter parking regulations
The city of La Verne placed temporary city parking permit required signs Monday on all residential streets within a three-block radius of the University of La Verne. The signs will become permanent at the beginning of the spring semester. The signs have resulted in increased use of the free off-campus parking lot with the provided shuttle service. / photo by Pablo Cabrera Alex Forbess Editorial Director Christian... 

LV hires crossing guards for students’ safety

Michelle Nunez Staff Writer Increased pedestrian traffic on this increasingly crowded campus have prompted the University and the city of La Verne to hire crossing guards to enforce more caution while crossing the street. The crossing guards, who took their post earlier this month, are stationed at two intersections on D Street, at Third and Second streets. La Verne Police Capt. Nick Paz, who is responsible... 

Emotions affect students’ success

Emotions affect students' success
Daniel Loera found that by creating a happy and safe environment for first generation students, they are more likely to engage in class. Loera presented his research “Emotional Intelligence and Student Success Among White and First- and Second-Generation Latina/o College Students” at the weekly faculty lectures series Monday in President’s Dining Room. / photo by Pablo Cabrera Danielle Hunt Staff Writer On... 
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