Emily Lau Metro Editor Best-selling author and family physician Dr. Joel Fuhrman addressed the health benefits and importance of eating a nutritarian diet to students and faculty members through Skype Thursday in the Arts and Communications Building. As a physician, Fuhrman is dedicated to persuading people to adopt... 
James Skalicky, owner of an early Ford Model T and professor of psychology at Citrus College, discusses the car with fellow car enthusiast Bob Shears, a University of La Verne alumnus and middle school teacher in the San Gabriel Valley. Classic cars from all eras lined C and D streets Saturday for the Cool Cruise Car... 
Teams launch way to win in Frisbee
Sophomore Luis Vargas, a pledge of Phi Delta Theta attempted to throw the Frisbee to his team as Phi Delta Theta member senior Michael Jimenez tried to steal it during the intramural ultimate Frisbee game Monday at the South Quad. / photo by Michelle Leon Sierra Dasher Staff Writer The Phi Delta Theta and Sigma... 
Bylaw excludes potential leaders
Editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff The Associated Students of University of La Verne has the goal of creating quality experiences for the students and by providing interests suited for the campus community. ASULV says that its goal is to offer all  students development opportunities through leadership, employment... 
­­­Emily Lau Metro Editor Students discussed and received answers about pressing issues like tuition, financial aid and housing from administrators at the ASULV town hall meeting Thursday night in La Fetra. Administrators on hand to answer student questions were Heather Podsakoff, general manager of Bon Appétit;... 
<i>First Person Experience</i>: Cyclists pedal away the pounds
The members of Cyclinsanity in La Verne experience virtual cycling presented by epicRIDES. Virtual cycling classes are being introduced at fitness studios around the country. The Thursday class, hosted by Shirin Beckett, was the first class at Cyclinsanity to view locations such as Aspen, Colorado. The Aspen route... 
In the beginning, a woman menstruated. Today, women still menstruate, yet after thousands of years of documented human existence, periods are still seen as taboo and disgusting in mainstream U.S. culture. Last week, Canadian-based poet Rupi Kaur posted an Instagram photo of her sister sleeping on her side displaying... 
Brooke Grasso Staff Writer The University of La Verne hosted the annual Autism Speaks: Light It Up Blue event from April 2 to April 4 to help spread autism awareness through crafts, performances and information booths on campus. Light it Up Blue is an international campaign brought to the University by Dawn Witt,... 
Kayla Hockman Staff Writer The theater department hosted five student directed plays Thursday and Friday in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theater. The short plays were the final product of the six-student spring directing class. The class gave six students six weeks to prepare, cast and direct a short, 25-minute one-act... 
Leopards take series over Tigers
La Verne junior designated hitter Daniel McDonnell dives back to first base after attempting to steal second during the bottom of the fourth inning. The Leopards lost to the Occidental Tigers in game one of the doubleheader, 5-2, after 14 innings Saturday at Ben Hines Field. Then they pounced right back in game two,... 
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