Shaw ready to score at La Verne

First year women’s basketball head coach Julie Shaw is stresses playing hard, tough, smart and enthusiastically. She said it is the only way she knows how to play and coach.

Festival shares culture and crafts

Native American dancers, singers, artisans and tribal leaders all participated in the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden’s Acorn Festival last weekend as part of a celebration of the modern connection between the California native plant and human life.


Iota Delta bowls for cystic fibrosis

Sorority members, friends, family and members of the community learned about cystic fibrosis, bowled and socialized for a good cause at Chapparal Lanes on Saturday for Iota Delta’s annual Bowl for Breath.

Lagumbay gets caught up in the music

Senior music major and video game enthusiast Emmanuel Lagumbay has high hopes of jumping head first into the video game industry with his innovative, original compositions.


Cross country competes in NCAA Regionals

The men’s cross country team finished fifth out of 18 teams and the women’s team did not record a team score at the NCAA West Region Champion­ships Saturday at Pomona-Pitzer.

Jahanvash: Sensei of curriculum

Ava Jahanvash, a senior at the University of La Verne, wears a black belt in her dad’s karate studio, but her black belt level of expertise does not stop there. Jahanvash puts the same hard work and dedication into every aspect of her life.


Regarding merit pay for faculty, I’d like us to slow down and to think carefully about the following points.

Members of the First Generation Club at the University of La Verne sit among each other like family, prepared to share laughs and ideas and is the reason they have been able to support their members for three years.


Faculty share their teaching savvy

Twelve University of La Verne faculty from a variety of disciplines gathered at the Campus Center Ballroom to present their approaches to teaching excellence before students and colleagues for the Celebration of Teaching event on Nov. 15.

Dead babies and dysfunctional families color the comedy “The Marriage of Bette and Boo.” The University of La Verne Department of Theatre Arts cast performed the black comedy with intelligence and vulnerability as they dealt with issues regarding alcoholism, postpartum depression and verbal domestic violence.


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