The University of La Verne’s week of Halloween festivities included the Campus Activities Board’s Fright Night Tuesday.
Following the recent retirement of Phil Hofer, Jeffrey Nonemaker will serve as director of International Student Services, and Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs Al Clark will direct study abroad services – effective this week.
The Leopards swept back-to-back games Saturday; first against Whittier in three sets and then Saturday night swept Claremont-Mudd-Scripps in three sets for Senior Night.
The University of La Verne debate team hosted the World Universities Peace Invitational Debate tournament on Saturday and Sunday.
Despite an aggressive offense and multiple saves from the goalkeeper, the women’s soccer team lost its final match of the season to Pomona-Pitzer by 1-0 Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
To get students in the Halloween Spirit the Campus Activates Board hosted an event Tuesday at the Quad, where students can build their own haunted house out of Graham crackers and frosting.
Julie Smith, assistant athletic director and head softball coach, spoke about her journey to Olympic gold, and her post-gold victories during Monday’s faculty lecture.
While I attended college and worked both part-time and full-time jobs, I have reached an epiphany; I may never find a job that is as fun as being a college student.
John Sununu paid a visit to CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight” last week. During the interview with Morgan, Sununu suggested that former secretary of state Colin Powell is supporting President Barack Obama because they are of the same race.
On the ballot for next week’s election is Proposition 34, to repeal the death penalty. Perspectives both for and against the death penalty are controversial and can’t help but involve people’s personal moral and religious views.