Various talents featured in Pomona art walk
The walking gallery, curated by Megan Flanders of Cal State San Bernardino, is dedicated to helping artists get their work displayed to the world. The group met Saturday during the monthly Pomona Arts Colony art walk, as the streets filled with pedestrians looking to visit the many art galleries that open their doors... 
Alan Hernandez is a role model on and off campus
Alan Hernandez, who is working on his master’s degree in leadership and management, is a frequent participant in school events and organizations. He also serves as assistant hall coordinator in the Office of Student Housing and Residential Education. Hernandez is a favorite at new and prospective student events,... 
Grace Xia Zhao's faculty recital captivates viewers
Artist in Residence Grace Xia Zhao was greeted with a packed house on Friday for her piano recital in the Steinway Studio. The recital included a selection of works by composer Franz Liszt, such as Piano Sonata in B Minor and Mephisto Waltz. Zhao received her doctorate in music at the University of Southern California;... 
Students roll the dice at Sigma Kappa casino night event
Card dealer Jim Marshall clears the table as Natalie Jahnke prepares her raffle tickets for the prize drawings at Sigma Kappa’s casino night last Friday. The prizes included hair cuts, shampoos, comedy club tickets and a trip to Las Vegas. The event raised money for Sigma Kappa’s Ultra Violet campaign, which supports... 
Now is about the time when many students are beginning to feel burned out. Some are feeling stressed out from school, work and extracurricular activities. Before it gets to this stress point, we feel that the University should grant students a break during the fall semester. We acknowledge that students are given a... 
Grady Lee Thomas Staff Writer The ninth time is a charm. Coming off one of their most heartbreaking losses of the season, the Leopards came out with full force. In the final game of the season, La Verne traveled to Whittier and dismantled the Poets, 49-23. With the victory La Verne snaps a 19-game losing streak and... 
Megan Sebestyen Staff Writer Inside the Athletics Pavilion, soccer is played a little differently. Teams play with seven players, there are no registration fees, each team has at least two girls and all students and players from all ability levels are welcome. This is the sport of intramural soccer, a two-week tournament... 
Grady Lee Thomas Staff Writer It is that time of the year again. The weather is chilly, days are getting shorter and students are waiting to heckle opposing basketball teams. Just be sure not to tell that to the Leopard women’s basketball team, which is preparing to set this winter on fire and give the fans plenty... 
Michael Phillips LV Life Editor For the fifth time in a row the University of La Verne has won the coveted Spirit Award at the Pacific Affiliate of College and University Residence Halls conference. PACURH is a conference where schools from all over the western hemisphere send a delegation of Residence Hall Association... 
Dear Editor, This is in reference to the Campus Times article, “Athletics could lose facilities with new campus construction” (Nov. 12). While this is a good article that addresses a topic of concern to student and student-athletes, it unfortunately appears that this did not include the most current information... 
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