Pizzeria thrives without advertising
Located near the corner of D Street and Bonita Avenue, Warehouse Pizza opened its doors in 1972. Owner Kenny Schonfeld avoids advertisement for his pizzeria but relies on word of mouth to bring in customers. After 42 years, Warehouse Pizza continues to serve a packed house every weekend. Schonfeld hopes the business’... 
Symphony orchestra unites the community
Catherine Bacus, La Verne resident and former gerontology professor at the University of La Verne, lives out the La Verne Symphony Orchestra mission of performing music written by international composers with students and community members. The orchestra rehearses every Thursday night in Morgan Auditorium. The orchestra... 
Jolene Nacapuy Sports Editor The Leo Hoops League dribbled into action for the first time Nov. 21 in a tournament held by Cal State Northridge. The team played in four games throughout the weekend, defeating Cal State Northridge, but fell to San Luis Obispo and Santa Clara twice. They came in fifth out of eight teams... 
Leopards win first game of season
La Verne junior center Emily Myers attempts a shot while being covered by Bethesda senior guard Lisette Longmo and junior forward Karina Ortiz Nov. 22 at Frantz Athletic Court. Although Bethesda had a significant height advantage, the Leopards doused the Flames for their first win of the season, 60-53. La Verne lost... 
Dear Editor, I find it necessary to express my extreme displeasure with the La Verne’s current policy that requires the University be in session on Veteran’s Day. The fact that you hold a parade and other festivities is irrelevant; I find it hypocritical at best and at worst, insulting. The entire country recognizes... 
CAB decks the dining hall in cheer
University of La Verne students Anthony Reyes, Eduardo Fernandez, Jesus Alberto Orellana, Mariela Martinez, Tahil Sharma, Chrishelle Domonique Bates, and Jacqueline Perez pose in front of a green screen at the Holiday Extravaganza at the Davenport Dining Hall Monday, Nov. 24. The green screen was used with holiday... 
Dancin’ in the ACB
Senior radio major Andrew Zetterberg dances to music played by DJ Steven Santana at Club ACB in the Arts and Communication Building Nov. 21. Students enjoyed LeoFM music, ate pizza and danced the night away beneath the light of a disco ball hung from the ceiling. / photo by Amanda Duvall  Read More →
<i>Book Review:</i>  Poehler tells tales of titillating times
Michael Saakyan Book Editor She was a cool mom, not a regular mom, in 2004’s “Mean Girls,” she has hosted the Golden Globes with fellow “Saturday Night Live” cast member Tina Fey and is finishing up the final season as the ambitious and optimistic former council woman of Pawnee Leslie Knope on NBC’s “Parks... 
Hal Hargrave Staff Writer What was expected to be a powerhouse year for the football team did not meet team expectations with some crucial close losses. The Leopards finished the season 2-7 overall and 1-6 in the Southern California Inter­collegiate Athletic Conference. “Record wise this season we were not where... 
Toxicants harm immune systems
Dr. Christine Broussard, professor of biology at the University of La Verne, gave a lecture on her research focusing on the effects of toxicants on the development of T cells in the immune system. Dr. Broussard graduated in Microbiology from Louisiana State University Baton Rogue, earned her Master’s from Veterinary... 
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