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Tree falls outside Stu-Han

Tree falls outside Stu-Han
Rachel Gordon, Schelcy Nava and Chantal Croutzel file a police report with La Verne Police Department Officer Marty Weinreb after a large oak branch fell on Croutzel’s Ford Explorer and another car outside the Stu-Han Residence Hall shortly before noon Monday. The owner of the second car, a Ford Mustang, was not present at the scene./photo by Stephanie Arellanes  Read More →

Panel challenges view of single life

Rebecca Bravo Staff Writer A panel of three speakers at Scripps College expressed, using a variety of examples, that people don’t need to be traditionally coupled-up to be happy. The Wednesday event “Being Single, Gay Marriage, and In-Between,” looked at relationships and the pressures society places upon them. “I’m 56, I’ve been single all my life and I love it, except for being singled... 

Haneman talks probate at faculty lecture series

Haneman talks probate at faculty lecture series
Victoria Haneman, associate professor of law, delivered a lecture, “120 Hours Until the Consistent Treatment of Simultaneous Death Under the California Probate Code.” Allen Easley, dean of the College of Law, participated in a discussion during the lecture. The Faculty Research Committee and La Verne Academy sponsored the talk in the President’s Dining Room on Monday. / photo by Stephanie Arellanes  Read More →

Geishas’ identity seen through time

Rebecca Bravo Staff Writer “Geisha” means artist in Japanese, but throughout the history its meaning has also been tied to prostitution. The lecture, “Geisha: Artists or Prostitutes,” was given by Gloria Montebruno-Saller at 10:20 a.m. March 31 in the University of La Verne Campus Center Ballroom. Through much research Montebruno-Saller was able to answer the question of what geishas really... 

New approach to getting jobs

Erin Foltz Staff Writer The University of La Verne Career Center is hosting a virtual job and internship fair, which started Monday and ends Friday. Open to students, alumni, and employers, this online forum allows participants to log in from the comfort of their own homes to browse job openings and interact with employers online. “All employers have virtual booths on their own pages with information... 

Cars collide on Arrow Highway

Carly Hill News Editor A head-on collision at the corner of D Street and Arrow Highway occurred on Wednesday at 9:14 p.m. The accident rattled the drivers of both vehicles, though serious injuries were not immediately apparent to the drivers. The accident was between a white Honda Prelude and a blue Toyota pickup. Both vehicles were driven by men who carried no passengers with them officer Chris Fenner... 

CAPA Dean’s List, Fall 2009

The following students earned a grade point average of 3.75 or higher in the CAPA program for the fall 2009 semester. Luz Aguilar Aaron Allen Janelle Anderson Carlos Baffigo Amy Bailey Elvie Balderrama Debra Ballinger Andrea Banuelos Acquanetta Benin David Bess Ingrid Botran Cynthia Boyd Susie Camarillo Enriqueta Cervantes Ruby Cervantes Vanessa Chavez Roselene Leslie Clark Beverly Cook Cathy Cook Johnnie... 

News Briefs

Afghanistan Symposium From April 15 to April 17, the University of La Verne College of Law is holding a symposium entitled, “What Makes States Successful? Afghanistan and the Future of State Building,” at the Sheraton Fairplex Hotel. One of the hardest challenges of our time is to create effective procedures to assist the peoples of failed states through generous assistance and then to a way... 

Diversity plan proposed

Rebecca Bravo Staff Writer The University’s Working Group on Diversity has proposed a strategic plan for diversity among faculty, staff and students to support the diverse student body, improve climate and foster research on diversity issues. The plan was discussed at a town meeting for faculty, staff and students Tuesday. “Social justice is a key component of this plan,” said Daniel Loera, director... 

Haitian film exposes deeper issues

Haitian film exposes deeper issues
Alan Hernandez, Ashley Contreras and Angie Anderson helped assemble hygiene kits in the Campus Center Ballroom on Monday as a part of the Haiti Earthquake Relief Benefit. The towels, soap, toothbrushes, bandages and nail clippers were donated from the University of La Verne, the Church of the Brethren and several local businesses. After assembling the kits the participants watched a film by documentarian... 
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