Shooting Cupid's Arrow
University of La Verne students find creative ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day. Valentine’s Day originated as a Christian holiday for two martyrs, Saint Valentine of Rome, about AD 269, and Saint Valentine of Terni, about AD 197. King Henry VII officially declared Feb. 14 St. Valentine’s Day in 1537. / photo... 
Campus clubs court new members
Fraternity brothers Heu Van Le and Justin Olin set up the Sigma Alpha Epsilon booth to promote fraternity rush for the spring semester. Clubs and organizations across the La Verne campus set up information booths on the mall walk Feb. 1. / photo by Scott Mirimanian Mariela Patron Staff Writer The University of La Verne... 
Christina Collins Burton Editor in Chief Following the final Harry Potter movie and a Broadway show, Daniel Radcliffe reappears on the big screen as Arthur Kipps in “The Woman in Black.” Advertised as a horror flick that needed to be watched in a group, the film did very little to meet the standards set by modern... 
Softball starts season with a bang
Sophomore Candice Nunez guards third base during the alumnae game Saturday at Wheeler Park. The Leopards won, 12-1. The Leopards have started their season with a record of 3-0. / photo by Cassandra Egan Christian Orozco Sports Editor After an impressive 2011 season, the softball team looks to take it all this year. The... 
Cook presents research on Hawthorne, short stories
Bill Cook, professor of English, spoke about Nathaniel Hawthorne in the President’s Dining Room on Monday. During the lecture, Cook thanked the faculty for a gift, the first edition of Hawthorne’s “Twice-Told Tales.”  He received this when he left his position as provost and vice president of academic affairs.... 
In a 21st century age of tablets, smartphones, smart cars and digital readers, the world of higher education still insists on using 500-page, printed textbooks for every course, each usually costing a pretty penny. It is time for college textbooks to catch up with the rest of the technology world. According to the... 
Black history celebrated through words
Shihan, who has appeared on “Russell Simmon’s Def Poetry Jam,” shares some poems and stories from his life and career at the Black Student Union’s poetry showcase Tuesday in Dailey Theatre. The theater was packed to capacity until the end of the show at midnight. / photo by Zachary Horton   Christian... 
Don't lose your balance
Michael Mora, freshman, walks on a slackline in the University Mall on Monday. Mora and three others, including his resident assistant, Albert Trujillo, a senior business major, had set up a slackline between two trees and were attempting to walk from one side to the other. Slackline has become recently become popular;... 
Leatha Webster remembered for kindness
Leatha Webster, director of financial aid, died on Jan. 3 due to complications from multiple myeloma. She moved to Southern California with her only son in 2003 to accept the position at the University of La Verne. Webster continued to work at the University of La Verne until her death last month. Her ashes were sprinkled... 
French tradition is brought to the University of La Verne
The Campus Activities Board hosted “Free Pancake Day” Feb. 2 in Davenport Dining Hall. The event was created to welcome students back to the spring semester. The event included a pancake eating competition where students had to eat a single pancake as fast as they could. The competitors included Albert Trujillo,... 
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