ULV hosts first Preview Day
A crowd of high school students come to Preview Day at the University of La Verne. Preview Day allowed prospective La Verne students to tour the campus, meet with current students and learn about academic and financial aid programs. Prospective La Verne parents also had separate sessions, where they spoke with current... 
Michael Phillips LV Life Editor With the economy being shaky and the rise of school expenses, some La Verne students are changing the way they are celebrating Halloween this year. Many ULV students were still not sure what they wanted to be for Halloween, or even wanted to do. “The problem is I don’t know what... 
<i>Commentary</i>: Proposition 19 has major flaws
Carly Hill, Arts Editor The smell of marijuana is in the air, or at least the proposal of it, due to hit voter ballots next week. Whether or not the law passes, proponents and opponents are agreeing on one thing: the bill is flawed. The Regulate, Control and Tax Cannabis Act of 2010, backed by prominent marijuana activist... 
Grady Lee Thomas Staff Writer With the NBA kicking off its 65th season on Tuesday, the time has come to assess what is new around the league, as well as who will make a push for championship contention. Unlike the NFL, where there is parity amongst its teams, the NBA hosts an annual slugfest between a handful of household... 
Dear Editor, Last week’s editorial on the Opinions page (“ULV should consider green energy,” Oct. 22) was very timely. While that article was being written, the University was in the process of submitting an application for an energy grant that will, if successful, allow us to pilot a photovoltaic project on... 
Mudslinging has always been an interesting side effect of elections. Commercials are broadcast smearing each candidate, exposing the skeletons in their closets. Which happens every time an election is about to occur. Which brings us to the California elections this year. Smear campaigns have taken on a new life in... 
Sean Bernard 'spins' research into fiction
Associate Professor of Writing Sean Bernard shared excerpts from his most recent work Monday during his lecture “Gold into Straw: Immigrant Research Spun into Fiction” in the President’s Dining Room on Monday. Bernard used a research grant to study the Basque culture in California and Nevada. The Basque people... 

Happenings

// Oct 29th, 2010
Juggling Josh Casey will showcase his comedy juggling routine at 10 p.m. tonight in La Fetra Hall. The event is part of Homecoming Week events. Admission is free. Heartstop The band Heartstop will perform from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday in Sneaky Park. The musicians are based in Los Angeles. Admission is free. Bill... 
Kristen Campbell Editor in Chief Pending the approval of the Provost and Enrollment Management, the minimum SAT score requirement for admission to the University of La Verne could be 850, effective Jan. 1, 2011. Currently the University of La Verne has no minimum SAT requirement for student admittance. However, on... 
Leopards’ dominance over CMS ends
La Verne’s senior libero Chelsea Sleight drives to make a dig against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. On Friday the Leopards lost to the Athenas for the first time in 10 years, going down in three straight sets. On Tuesday La Verne fell on the road to Redlands, 3-1. The Leopards hope to bounce back Friday when they face... 
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