Bill Gates stresses giving in Claremont talk

Bill Gates led a question-and-answer session on March 10 in Bridges Auditorium in Claremont in front of students from Pomona College and Harvey Mudd College. Gates spoke little about Microsoft and instead focused more on the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, healthcare, agriculture and his other philanthropic ventures.

Matthew Witt, associate professor of public administration, is heading a design team, which entered in the National Ideas Competition for the design of the nation’s most symbolic space – the Washington Monu­ment grounds.

Joan Branin reviews health care project

Joan Branin, professor of health services management, reviewed a project that trains people to promote disabilities awareness among Hispanic communities in Los Angeles, on Monday.

Gitty Amini inspired by ‘dinner table’ politics

Associate Professor of Political Science Gitty Amini has dedicated her education to exploring and analyzing the political machine that turns the world.

Students relieve stress with Sock Wars

Most people would not have thought that bundling two socks together with neon-colored tape and throwing them at people could be a game.

Enrollment outpacing dorm capacity

Even with the new dorm scheduled to open in Fall 2012, University of La Verne housing could still have a tough time keeping pace with enrollment if enrollment continues to grow as it has for the past few years.

Reign wrangle rival on ULV night

University of La Verne biology professor Robert Neher participated in the ceremonial puck drop for ULV night as the Ontario Reign defeated bitter rival, the Las Vegas Wranglers, 3-1, on March 12 at Citizens Business Bank Arena.

After determining that no seats would be contested, the city of La Verne canceled its scheduled city council and mayoral elections that had been scheduled for March 8 of this year.

Sleepless in La Verne: Students skip rest for academics, but with consequences

A trend among University of La Verne students to skip sleep in favor of studying may be affecting more than their ability to stay awake in class.

As it poured outside, the band Suddyn performed in Davenport Dining Hall Tuesday. Many students spent their lunch break listening to Suddyn’s latest offering called “Before the City.”

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