Jason D. Cox Staff Writer Record enrollment of new traditional-aged undergraduate students at the University this semester has caused some parking issues, but not the crunch anticipated by administrators. As of the third week of classes, student enrollment has exceeded 1,800, a more than 300-student increase over last... 

Happenings

// Sep 17th, 2010
‘From the Car’ The Carlson Gallery will show “From the Car,” a black and white photography exhibit, through Oct. 8. The exhibit showcases photographs taken of passengers in cars during a daily commute by Los Angeles-based photographer Lillian Elaine Wilson. Admission is free. Dirty Projectors KXLU presents... 
Morgan displays Leo pride at convocation
      University of La Verne President Stephen Morgan was honored with a standing ovation after giving his last convocation speech Sept. 2 to the incoming class of 2014. Morgan will retire at the end of this academic year after serving as president for 25 years. Valerie Beltran, associate professor of... 
Pirates host orientation carnival
The temperature topped 100 degrees Friday for the Leopards of the Caribbean Carnival held in Ortmayer Stadium. Matt Johnson, Brandon Sankey and Joseph Valenzuela all did their best in the watermelon-eating contest, sponsored by the Office of Student Life. The carnival included kettle corn, cotton candy and activities... 
<i>First Person Experience</i>: A fair amount of fried food
Piles of fried onion rings, French fries, zucchini and frog legs at Chicken Charlie’s await orders from hungry fair goers. Chicken Charlie’s is among the most popular fried food venders at the L.A. County Fair, offering everything from vegetables to fish and desserts, including Oreos and Klondike Bars. The business... 
Pomona gallery goes eclectic after hours
Steven Comba, Assistant Museum Director, was among the guests at “Art After Hours,” a weekly event hosted by Pomona College Museum of Art. The Museum invites visitors each Thursday evening to see the current exhibitions while enjoying food, refreshments, and live music. Work in the Museum includes Steve Roden’s... 
Christopher Barnes-Baxter Staff Writer Last year was a tough season for the Leopards football team, ending with a record of 0-9, part of an overall 11-game losing streak. Despite the discouraging record, many players have gained new hope in this year’s team, the key difference being the new offensive plays. There... 
<i>Commentary</i>: Rockin’ out is better by myself
Carly Hill, Arts Editor I hate being alone. No, really. Ask my friends, or look at their phones, which probably have 20 unanswered text messages at this very second. Now at 21 years old, I got lonely. However, there is one surprising thing I actually enjoy doing alone. I get the biggest rush from going to concerts... 
Justin Davis-Battle Staff Writer Coming off of a 4-15 record last year, the men’s soccer team is looking for a fresh start this season. Many players and fans from last year knew that the team’s defense was the achilles heel that led to their poor record. But the team hopes that will change with the return of all-SCIAC... 
Megan Sebestyen Staff Writer To say that Keith Lynch is the man behind the music of Unknown Component is an understatement. Lynch is the band’s only member; he writes the lyrics, plays all the instruments, records the vocals, mixes and masters the CDs and releases and promotes them himself. Lynch will release his... 
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