Administrators of the University’s Athletics program have developed a new pilot tailgating policy, which launched Saturday, Sept. 28 at La Verne’s first home football game.
The League of American Bicyclists is considering the University of La Verne for recognition as a “Bicycle Friendly University” for 2014.
The men’s water polo team lost both games in its doubleheader Saturday at Las Flores Park, suffering a 10-6 loss against Mt. San Antonio College followed by a 13-5 defeat by No. 11 nationally ranked Princeton.
Members of the University of La Verne’s sororities and fraternities gathered for the Greek Leadership Conference held Saturday on campus.
The Leopard football team lost its first home game of the season against Menlo on Saturday, finishing 56-7 despite a full home crowd cheering.
The fondest memories Noelle Cozbar, senior political science major, has of her childhood in Syria of a country much different to the one currently engulfed in a civil war that has affected her family and Syrian citizens.
Every Monday evening the harmony of a barbershop chorus rings out past the dimmed lights and stained glass of the University Chapel.
The Campus Accelerated Program for Adults Affinity Group hosted an awards ceremony on Saturday, recognizing some of their most appreciated members.
When people hear the word tailgate, two things comes to mind, food and alcohol. La Verne, a dry campus, has adopted the idea of tailgating after “months of hard work and intensive research,” according to a student email sent out by the University on Sept. 18.
Thomas Stricklin has been a Coca-Cola memorabilia collector since his sister gave him a painted Coke bottle as a vase before he went to college in 1969.