Music enlivens Claremont Village
The J.Grizz band rocks out on the sidewalk on Second Street and Yale as audience members listen during Claremont’s Friday Night Live event. Band members James Scheibe on lead guitar and John “JGrizz” Piscopo on lead vocals/guitar play the set as a small crowd forms around them. The Friday Nights Live event will... 
Leopards win sixth SCIAC game
La Verne junior midfielder Justin Almandinger assists sophomore midfielder Auden Fox as he pasts Pomona-Pitzer senior defender Michael Cork and sophomore forward Peter Rentzepis in the second half of Monday’s game. The Leopards defeated the Sagehens, 3-0, at Ortmayer Stadium. The three goals made by La Verne came... 
The Campus Activities Board hosted a comedian event and gave away free chicken strips and pink lemonade Tuesday night in the Campus Center Ballroom. Food attracted students to the event, but the Montana native and California University of Pennsylvania graduate, Derrick Knopsnyder, kept students laughing. Knopsnyder... 
A closer look at Sullivan’s photography
Janice Sullivan, in a fit of laughter, tries to keep her poodle Coco out of the water. Coco never leaves Sullivan’s side, whether she’s working in her home office and studio or spending time by the pool with her family. Sullivan recently left her job in the communications department at the University of La Verne... 
Alexandra de Leon Staff Writer The La Verne women’s soccer team fell short to the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens, 3-1, Wednesday at Ortmayer Stadium. La Verne is now 5-3-1 overall and 3-2 in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The Leopards were in first place going into the game, but head coach... 
<i>Commentary</i>: There is room for women in sports, too
Jolene Nacapuy, Editor in Chief Women are not acknowledged enough or shown much respect in the sports world. This has gone on long enough. Women are starting to break the barriers, but it seems they remain in a man’s world, and that needs to change. Women are constantly treated as second-class citizens in the sports... 
Lorenz explains bacterial research
Todd Lorenz, assistant professor of biology, discusses his research with phages at the President’s Dining Room on Tuesday, September 29. The dotplot shows a nucleotide sequence comparison of mycobacteriophages, the primary component in assembling phages into clusters. Last week, Lorenz was the most viewed researcher... 
Third grader Jayden Finister reviews his number rounding exercise with math intervention teacher Alyssa Lopez Tuesday at Roynon Elementary School. This is Lopez’s first year teaching at Roynon, where she helps third- to fifth-grade students in math. She graduated from the University of La Verne with a bachelor’s... 
Kaila Williams Staff Writer Dozens of students raced around campus in their underwear Wednesday night for the Residence Hall Association’s annual Undie Run. Undie runs are popular on other college campuses, but La Verne’s has a philanthropic twist to it – participants donate their clothes to the American Red... 
Choir director returns to classroom
Entering her 17th year of teaching and conducting choirs, Irene Messoloras is starting her first year as director of the University of La Verne Choir. Originally from western New York, Messoloras worked with professional choirs for two years. After receiving her DMA from UCLA in 2008, Messoloras said over those two... 
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