Happenings

// Apr 6th, 2012
‘Rachel Corrie’ The Will Geer Theatri­cum Botanicum will perform “My Name is Rachel Corrie” at 8 p.m. April 14 in Morgan Auditorium. The play is the true story of idealistic, 23-year-old American student Rachel Corrie and her emerging sense of social and political justice. For more information, call 909-593-3511... 
Women in leadership The faculty lecture series will continue with a lecture by Barbara Poling, Peggy Redman and Mark Goor titled “Women In Leadership in Vietnam” that will take place noon Monday in the President’s Dining Room. SPSS workshop The Academic Success Center will offer a workshop on SPSS facilitated... 
College students overshare STDs
Frank Elaridi Senior Editor It was close to evening and Barbara’s Place was nearly empty – only clusters of students filled the seats. One group that hung out at a table outside was happy to talk about sexual health – in general. The students got quieter, however, when asked if they would share their STD status... 
PRIDE Conference focuses on LGBT issues
Arlene Noriega, American Psychological Association Division 44 president elect, delivers the morning keynote address at the Culture and Social Justice Within the Rainbow inaugural conference in the Campus Center Ballroom on Saturday. The event, coordinated by Students of PRIDE, was hosted by the University of La Verne... 
Christina Collins Burton Editor-in-Chief  The University of La Verne College of Law this week won back its provisional accreditation from the American Bar Association’s Council of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. On March 16 the accreditation council met with College of Law representatives in Florida.... 
Weaver studies fish, snails’ toxins
Associate Professor of Biology Kathleen Weaver presented “Inferring Colonization and Speciation through a Phylogenetic Analysis of Hispaniolan Limia Species”  Monday in the President’s Dining Room. She presented two research pieces. The first covered the biological geography of live bearing fish in the West... 
Pearson preaches on inclusiveness
Bishop Carlton Pearson, the senior pastor of New Dimensions Chicago, preaches the gospel of inclusion, which is the belief that all people will eventually see salvation. His 2010 book is titled “God Is Not a Christian, Nor a Jew, Muslim, Hindu....” In his March 22 lecture in Morgan Auditorium, Pearson explained... 
David Kain lifts his way to the top
Sophomore David Kain, movement in sports science major, will compete at the 2012 National University Weightlifting Championship at Louisiana State University in Shreveport on April 13 and 14. Kain will be competing in two Olympic events, the snatch and the clean and jerk. / photo by Scott Mirimanian Cindy Vallejo Staff... 
Leopards claw their way into first
Junior catcher Jason Moralez scores on a sacrifice fly by freshman outfielder David Finneran to win the first game against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in extra innings Saturday. The victory gave the Leopards the momentum they needed to overwhelm CMS by an 11-3 margin in the second game of the double header, and put the... 
Silence raising awareness
Jessica Loomer, a freshman English major, stands in 15 minutes of silence to raise awareness about domestic abuse Tuesday. As part of the annual Clothesline Project, the 15 minutes of silence was sponsored by Iota Delta Sorority. The three-day Clothesline Project is meant to heighten awareness of domestic violence.... 
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