Kristen Campbell News Editor University of La Verne alumnus and West Covina city council member Roger Hernandez is running for the 57th District California Assembly seat this November. The Democrat would replace Ed Hernandez, who is running for state Senate. The 57th District of California includes nine complete cities... 
Martial arts demonstration promotes wellness
Students were treated to a tutorial in defensive martial arts Wednesday in Sneaky Park. Sparring partners Nikki Horton and Brett Aldrich demonstrate how to use Brazilian Jiu Jitsu to fend off attackers while applying advanced submission techniques such as the arm bar, triangle hold and guillotine. Guests also learned... 
Seniors honored at last home game
La Verne falls to Cal Lutheran, 15-7, in season finale. Cal Lutheran catcher Seth Dolar slides under the tag of La Verne third baseman Jon-Michael Hattabaugh for a triple in the second inning Saturday as Cal Lutheran third base coach Adam Leavitt assists with the call. The Leopards lost to the Kingsmen, 15-7, to end... 
Pui Lok Choi Staff Writer The Leopards won three in a row on Saturday to win the 2010 Southern California Intercolleg­iate Athletic Conference post-season tournament in Claremont against the Redlands Bulldogs. After losing 6-3 in the first game to the Redlands Bulldogs on Friday, the Leopards needed to win the next... 
More options mean less mischief
Editorial Cartoon by Michael Escañuelas Although the University of La Verne provides an intimate atmosphere and great relationships between students and faculty, student life on campus leaves something to be desired. During the weekend there are limited number of on-campus activities. The Campus Center has pool tables,... 
Making a play against autism
Pomona Valley Workshop and ULV athletes host a tailgate and gaming party to help children with autism. Men’s basketball team members Ronn See, Julian Andrews, John Leggett, Sam Adams and Chris Browning cheer as Victoria Vasquez makes a shot at the Athletes for Autism tailgate and gaming party Saturday. The event... 
Kent envisions a cultured America
Steven Kent’s influence on the theater spreads over several states and countries. He serves not only as the director of theater at the University of La Verne but also contributes to several different theater projects including Junebug Productions, with whom he has directed six plays. He has directed plays for the... 
The issues of the safety of American lives and the environment have been in the headlines a lot recently. In the wake of only a couple months following the coal mine accident in West Virginia, the Gulf of Mexico has fallen victim to a large oil spill. While the spill is still under investigation, the issues of replacing... 
Michael Phillips Staff Writer The long awaited remake of Wes Craven’s horror film “Nightmare on Elm Street” was released to theatres around the country last Friday April 30. The original was released in 1984 and was a groundbreaking and creative film that changed the face of the horror genre. However the remake... 
Morecki-Oberg reflects on teaching
While on sabbatical, Carol Morecki-Oberg, professor of education, found time to continue her research but also reflect on her experiences as a teacher. Her lecture, “Inward Travels Through a Sabbatical,” on Monday in the President’s Dining Room outlined how she used her sabbatical as growing process to return... 
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