Wayne O’Bannon of Prep and Save shows sophomore business major Jerrol Guidry the various kinds of emergency kits students can keep in the dorms. Prep and Save, located in Upland, sells emergency supplies for many needs and showcased its many products at the University of La Verne’s disaster and preparedness fair... 
Judge Robert L. Pitman of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas in San Antonio ruled Friday that Texas officials can continue to deny United States birth certificates to the children of undocumented immigrants. Pitman’s ruling has created barriers for United States-born children of undocumented... 
Water polo earns season's first win in SCIAC play
La Verne senior attacker Ryan Batchelor spoils a goal attempt by Claremont-Mudd-Scripps senior attacker Daniel Cogans with a block late in the second quarter of Saturday’s game. The Stags splashed away with the 13-6 win at Axelrood Pool in Claremont, in the Leopards’ first Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic... 
Leopards split with CMS, Chapman
La Verne sophomore midfielder Mackenna Tippin keeps Claremont-Mudd-Scripps junior forward Laynee Laube from advancing to the goal in the last minute of the game Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium. The Leopards battled until the bitter end, but were unable to hold off the Athenas in the last 90 seconds of the match. CMS freshman... 
Planet Rehab fights for environmental awareness
Gary Mitchell feeds his goats Gaia and Calliope carrots, one of their favorite vegetables, at Planet Rehab in San Dimas. Mitchell started the sanctuary in 2002, in hopes of educating people about how the environment is affecting the animals. Mitchell now has over 350 different animals in his backyard, including ducks... 
Lauren Harchut Staff Writer After being judged by lawyers and political members, the ULV debate team took home a satisfying win at Politicon Oct. 9 and Oct. 10 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Politicon is a non-partisan Comic-Con style event for politics and entertainment with multiple events such as panels,... 
La Verne prepares for earthquakes
Adjunct Professor of Sociology Stacey Haug begins her Thursday morning Correctional Systems course by having her class participate in the Great California ShakeOut drill. While practicing their evacuation procedure in front of the Studebaker-Hanawalt Residence Hall, Haug and her class discussed what hazards may come... 
Resident Aundria Gregg reads a children’s book she donated with Vista R.A. Megan Wammack at an R.A. program in the Vista lounge Sept. 23. Students participated in a book drive for children, learned about the Academic Success Center from a tutor, and bowled for a free acai bowl from Bowl of Heaven. / photo by Sarah... 
Celene Vargas Arts Editor Andrew Ford, electric bass instructor and music business professor, is set to release an EP called “Soul on the Latin Side” around February, after years of playing for other artists while also producing and composing. The EP will have about five songs that mix soul music with Latin styles... 
Kaila Williams Staff Writer Readers and writers alike gathered Sunday for the La Verne Writers Group’s second annual Afternoon with Local Authors at the La Verne Community Center. Attendees enjoyed refreshments and listened to the authors share excerpts from their books as if it was one big story time. The authors... 
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