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Badger’s process avoids problems

Badger’s process avoids problems
Kent Badger, professor of health services management, discusses his management model titled “The Planning and Communication Matrix” at Monday’s faculty lecture in the President’s Dining Room. The model intends to help businesses procure exactly where a lack in performance lies in order to correct it and improve output. The next faculty lecture is Monday. / photo by Daniel Hargis Hayley Hulin Staff... 

College of Business makes leadership changes

Alejandra Aguilar Staff Writer The College of Business and Public Management is changing personnel and adding a new center to provide resources for local businesses. Keeok Park, Janat Yousof and Sean Snider took new roles in the beginning of March. Park, the new second associate dean of the College of Business and Public Management, is working alongside Rita Thakur, the other associate dean, with... 

City calls for roll-back on Walmart

Tyler Harrison Staff Writer La Verne residents packed into the La Verne Community Center Monday to voice their opinions about a proposed Walmart coming to town. Both city officials and Walmart representatives presented information about the possibility of a Walmart Neighborhood Market. Walmart Neighborhood Markets are smaller versions of the traditional Walmarts and are essentially grocery stores. The... 

Drought cancels Mt. Baldy ski season

Drought cancels Mt. Baldy ski season
After record-breaking rains in February, Mt. Baldy still has not received enough snow to open for ski season. In prior years, the mountain would have normally received 40 inches of snow by this time. But this year, it has received only a fraction of that amount. Unless the mountain receives substantial late season snow, the ski, snowboard and tubing trails will remain closed. / photo by Alison Rodriguez  Read More →

Administration retires Communications Day

Des Delgadillo Copy Chief The University’s changing priorities led to the cancellation of Communications Day 2013, University administrators said. A communications department project since 1992, the daylong event brought prospective students to campus to sample some of what the program had to offer through a series of media-related workshops and keynote speakers. The department was forced to pull... 

Faculty debate amuses

Tyler Harrison Staff Writer Laughter and “here, here’s” filled La Fetra Auditorium yesterday as students watched their professors debate whether human rights are a luxury only developed countries can afford. Professors Gitty Amini, Bill Cook, Jay Jones, Sean Dillon, Roy Kwon and Jason Neidleman participated in the Hot Spots event put on by the International Studies Institute. Ian Lising, chair... 

Car show revs up funds for Bonita

Car show revs up funds for Bonita
Patty Lyons waits for her husband, Richard, in their 1932 Ford Roadster at the Bonita High School Car Show. Bonita hosted its third annual auto show Saturday, with the proceeds going to the high school’s automotive technology program. The event featured dozens of classic cars, hot rods and international imports. / photo by Amanda Nieto Kristine Delgadillo Staff Writer Bonita High School’s auto... 

Garcia talks about cellular aging

Garcia talks about cellular aging
Jerome Garcia inspired the audience at his faculty lecture on Monday while explaining his research on Histone Glutathionylation. He emphasized the far reaching effects of his findings and how it could specifically be a mechanism for aging and preventing diseases like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. The next faculty lecture is Monday. / photo by Keenan Gilson Kellie Galentine Staff Writer Jerome Garcia,... 

Heroes move mountains to aid disabled vets

Liz Ortiz Staff Writer The Heroes Project hosted their annual Climb for Heroes at Mount Baldy on Sunday in order to raise money to send veteran Charlie Linville to Mount Everest. The non-profit, founded by Tim Medvetz in 2009, works to raise money to allow wounded veterans to climb the world’s highest mountains. “This event is the final fundraiser to climb Mount Everest,” Climb for Heroes volunteer... 

‘But first, let me take a selfie’

‘But first, let me take a selfie’
Stacey and Damon Devine take a selfie before taking their first drink at the Tap ‘N’ Run 4K event March 15 at the Fairplex. Participants, many dressed in costume, drank a cup of beer at four stations throughout the run, including a can of beer upon completion. / photo by Daniel Hargis  Read More →
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