Yaya Pineda Staff Writer The University of La Verne has become a part of the New American Colleges and Universities, a consortium of selective small private colleges throughout the United States, as of July 1. According to the NACU’s website, they are dedicated to integrating liberal arts, professional studies and... 
Golfing for HEROES
La Verne alumnus Joel Harworth tees off while Russel Domingo, Domingo Marquez and Jerald Jones watch. The fourth annual HEROES golf tournament was held earlier this month at the Via Verde Country Club in San Dimas. The event put on by HEROES, which stands for Helping Establish a Remembrance of Every Service, also... 
Karla Rendon Editorial Director The University of La Verne has placed drought resistant plants around the north side of the campus in an effort to save an estimated 1.1 million gallons of water each year. Different types of grass, sage and dwarf bottlebrush plants have debuted their appearance near the Counseling and... 
Kellie Galentine LV Life Editor For Jezabel Chavez, bows are not just an accessory – they are business. Chavez began her business, Jezabow, her senior year at Romona Convent Secondary School. In May the business underwent a relaunch with a new website, broadening the audience for the business. “In high school... 
ULV volleyball serves Sagehens
Junior outside hitter Ashyln Cross spikes the ball against Pomona-Pitzer’s middle blockers in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic conference opener Saturday. The Leopards plucked the Sagehens with 3-0 and later took down No. 6 nationally ranked Colorado College. / photo by Emily Bieker Hal Hargrave ... 
Alyssa Navarro Staff Writer The University of La Verne has adopted a new bystander intervention program called “Step UP!” The “bystander effect” refers to instances in which individuals do not offer any means of help to a victim when other people are present. Step UP! is a program that was developed to encourage... 
Texting wars make crowd LOL :)
Sophomores Jason Umanasky and Kimmy Kabluyen fight for control of the red ball to earn a chance to compete for $20 at CAB’s Texting Wars Sept. 11 in the Campus Center Ballroom. Contestants texted their answers to trivia questions on a variety of topics – including celebrities, music and text message lingo – to... 
Charged Particles electrifies locals
The electric jazz band Charged Particles played at the Claremont Village Plaza’s Public Square Sept. 12 for a free concert part of the Friday Nights Live series. San Francisco natives, Murray Low played keyboards, Aaron Germain played acoustic and electric basses, while Jon Krosnick was on drums. The trio blended... 
Effects of atomic bomb still felt
Gloria Montebruno Saller of the modern languages department points out the blast-radius of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima during World War II. Saller’s lecture was titled “Atomic Bomb Survivors’ Oral Histories: Preserving the Memories of August 6, 1945.” If a person lived or was in utero, within a certain... 
Watermelon heats up competition
After placing third in the first round of the CAB watermelon eating competition Sept. 9 on the South Quad, computer science major Robert Kehrberg was determined to win a $5 gift card to In-N-Out. His determination was successful when he won the second round. / photo by Amanda Duvall Gabriella Chikhani Staff Writer The... 
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