Online voices should not be silenced
Editorial Cartoon by Jason D. Cox After the blackout of dozens of popular sites around the United States, Congress decided to put aside the SOPA and PIPA bills that threatened the freedom of the Internet. While this might not be the last we see of them, many Americans feel they can breathe easier now that the government... 
Photographs shine light on bleak living
Michael Robinson-Chávez’s photographs revolve around Rinconada, a gold mining town that he compares to a lawless town with no political representation or consequences. The rock in the gallery was brought in by photography students to relate to the burden and size of the rocks the workers carry. / photo by Warren... 
Rainy day blues
Interim Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Jonathan Reed endures the light rain crossing through the Johnson Family Plaza Wednesday. The storm on Wednesday created flooding in La Fetra Lecture Hall, which caused Phi Sigma Sigma, who was hosting a recruitment event in the hall, to be evacuated. No rain is in the... 
Resnick builds confident speakers
Rachel Resnick, adjunct professor of speech communication, is beginning her third term teaching at the University of La Verne. When Resnick is not teaching a class, she works as a bartender in Huntington Beach. Resnick will be joining her colleagues in the department of speech communications as they move from Founders... 
Cindy Vallejo Staff Writer Making their first appearance at the LeoVille club fair the Student Philanthropy Fellowship club is devoted to giving back to the students of the campus. The club originated from the department of annual giving’s Spotted Pig campaign which is part of University Advancement. When Karo... 
Men’s basketball drops another to Sagehens
During the second half of Saturday’s game, senior point guard John Leggett tries to claw the ball away from Sagehen guard R.J. Maki. The Leopards had a 61-57 lead in the second half until the Sagehens caught fire and hit 17 shots in a row. The final score ended up with the Sagehens winning over the Leopards, 74-63.... 
Hotness a factor in faculty ratings
Associate Professor of Marketing Jeanny Liu answers questions following her lecture on “Student Perception of Professors’ ‘Hotness’ to Expertise, Motivations, Learning Outcomes, and Course Satisfactions“ on Monday in the President’s Dining Room. / photo by Katherine Careaga Robert Penalber Staff Writer The... 
Good-natured teasing and ribbing is expected between sports teams as they compete, but when racism is used to attack or belittle an opponent it is socially and morally unacceptable. During a basketball game on Feb. 3, a rivalry between Pittsburgh’s Brentwood High School and Monessen High School reached a new level... 
Aligning energies with qi gong
Julia Wheeler, director of development, leads qi gong, a form of Chinese meditation based on the alignment of spiritual energies, at 5 p.m. every Tuesday in Sneaky Park. Wheeler said loosens the muscles and helps improve overall wellness. / photo by Warren Bessant  Read More →
<i>Commentary</i>: PETA slaughters cause with antics
Allison Lavelle, LV Life Editor All publicity is not good publicity, especially when it comes to PETA’s tendency to create it by staging ridiculous stunts. PETA is an organization that stands up for animals’ rights and claims to have their best interests at heart, but the organization’s over-the-top actions tend... 
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