Dear Editor, In November will be what is – in my mind – the most important election in my lifetime. Many of our civil liberties and freedoms are being debated. This is a call to all students and faculty to educate yourselves about the issues and, above all, vote. In order for us to be a true democracy, the process... 
Harris Gallery all ‘dolled’ up for 'Imaginary Selves'
Artist Jane Callister cradles a doll from Lisa Jevbratt’s interactive installation “Caring For You” Tuesday in the Harris Gallery. Jevbratt’s piece reflects her matrilineal descent, with dolls the size of two month old babies that she created, as well as a doll passed down to her from as far as her third great... 
Riehle swings back into La Verne
Eric Riehle returns La Verne as the new head coach for the men and women’s golf team, after spending the last three seasons at UC Riverside. Riehle was named the 2011 Division III West Region Coach of the Year for his success with the ULV men’s golf team. / photo by Brooke Grasso Jolene Nacapuy Sports Editor... 
Lising blends drive, people skills as new associate dean
Ian Lising began his duties as associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences in January. He joined the University of La Verne faculty in 2000 as assistant professor of speech and debate. / photo by Donna Martinez Cody Luk Editor at Large Ian Lising, assistant professor of speech and debate, is excited for his... 
This month the College of Law was officially recommended for full accreditation by the American Bar Association, with the final word from the ABA expected in March. This marks a huge milestone in the law school’s 18-year, sometimes bumpy, and expensive road to this national accreditation. With ABA accreditation,... 
Leopards fall to Athenas in second half, 52-38
La Verne junior guard Faye Osburn drives past Claremont-Mudd-Scripps junior guard Jai Dungca in the third quarter of the game, as La Verne center Emily Myers sets up a screen. The Leopards trailed most of the game and battled it out, though they lost their fifth straight game to the Athenas, 52-38, Tuesday at Frantz... 

Happenings

// Feb 12th, 2016
‘Driest Seasons’ The Carlson Gallery presents “The Driest Seasons: California’s Dust Bowl,” a photographic documentary on the social effects of the drought on the farming communities in the San Joaquin Valley by Los Angeles Times staff photographer Michael Rob­in­son Chávez. The exhibit runs through March... 
At the Buzzer Men’s Golf, Feb. 7 7th – 661 Women’s Basketball, Feb. 9 La Verne – 38 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps – 52 Men’s Basketball, Feb. 10 La Verne – 60 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps – 65 Schedule Friday Baseball vs. Pacific Lutheran @ Tucson, Arizona, 9 a.m. Saturday Women’s tennis @ East Texas Baptist,... 
Five suspects –  ­two adults and three juveniles – were taken into police custody Wednesday after allegedly attempting to break into and burglarize several La Verne homes, police said. The suspects were apprehended by police near Via de Mansion and Hickory Drive after leading police on a chase through the neighborhood,... 
UPDATE (10:24 a.m.) — The person who was taken into custody last night was released after LVPD determined he was not linked to the incident, interim campus safety director Jeff Clark said in an emailed statement Tuesday. Police did not find the suspect and concluded the search after the lockdown, which lasted about... 
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