New parking lot to open Tuesday
President Deborah Lieberman prepares to cut the Leopard ribbon with Chip West, senior director of central services and capital planning, and several students. The new lot will accommodate more than 300 cars, triple that of any current lot at the University of La Verne. It will have a parking spot counter at the entrances,... 
LV chased away by Sagehens, 4-0
La Verne freshman Jamie Weaver outmaneuvers Pomona-Pitzer freshman Haley Barrows for control of the ball during Saturday’s women’s soccer game at Dick Larson Field at Damien High School. The Leopards fell prey to the Sagehens, 4-0. / photo by Warren Bessant Sarah Sleeger Staff Writer The women’s soccer team hosted... 
Netflix service split is unnecessary
Editorial Cartoon by Anthony Juarez Netflix had a business model that worked. With more than 25 million subscribers in just the Western Hemisphere, the movie rental titan seemed unstoppable. The company has experienced growth for four consecutive years and was poised to continue the trend. With the decline of companies... 
Magician Arthur Trace infuses theater in magic
Magician Arthur Trace preformed Monday in La Fetra lecture hall. Before the performance, the students met in the foyer for food and refreshments while being entertained by a few card tricks. Trace is the eighth magician in history to be awarded the ‘Gold Medal International Award of Excellence’ by the International... 
‘Baltimore Waltz’ explores misconceptions
Anna, played by Stephanie Aguilar, continues her European tour of promiscuity as she attempts to flirt with a German student activist. The scene, took place in a tavern during the dress rehearsal of the Dailey Theater’s performance of “The Baltimore Waltz.” The show ran last weekend. / photo by Andrew Vasquez Christina... 
Event marks Mexican milestone
Ibis Cordero, Ramon Montoya and Ana Hernandez dance in celebration of Mexican independence from Spain. The celebration traditionally begins with the ringing of a bell and the Mexican President shouting “¡Vivá Mexico!” at 11 p.m., at the National Palace in Mexico City. The Latino Student Forum hosted the fiesta... 
Juergensmeyer assesses war, terror
Showing slides from his most recent trip, Mark Juergensmeyer, director of the Orfalea Center of Global and International Studies at University of California at Santa Barbara, describes the nature of a peaceful gathering of pro-democracy demonstrators in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt, that soon enough toppled the government... 
A decade later, 9/11 has begun to evolve from a current event to part of American history. Right now only 21 states mention the terror attacks of Sept. 11 in their educational standards, some provide lesson plans, but their teachers are not legally required to follow them or even teach it at all. Only select, dedicated... 
Daniel Hargis Sports Editor After coming out to a quick start, the volleyball team dropped its home opener for the 2011 season to the Chapman Panthers 3-1 at Frantz Athletic Court. The Leopards jumped out to a 13-4 lead in the first set before allowing Chapman to battle back to a 20-19 until an attack error by Panther... 
Exhibit honors women of letterpress
Gallery visitors Linda Dare and Stephanie Froehner take a closer look at the letterpress works in the “Women Over 25: Printing Letterpress for Over a Quarter of a Century,” exhibit in the Clark Humanities Museum in Claremont. The particular piece they are observing has paper cut-outs woven together and pressed... 
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