Senior Kelly Griffith returns a volley against Cal Lutheran junior Jordan Leckness but lost her singles match. Coming off a victory over La Sierra, La Verne tennis dropped its first home match of the season, 7-2, to Cal Lutheran at Cal Poly Pomona on Saturday. / photo by Christopher Guzman  Read More →
Freshman guard Jake Veith of La Verne takes on Whittier’s Karlo Galvez in a 79-71 victory for the Leopards on Feb. 10. The Leopards have since dropped back-to-back games. La Verne will be back in action at 7:30 on Saturday when they take on conference foe Caltech. / photo by Nicholas Mitzenmacher  Read More →
Space inspires art for new Tall Wall exhibit
Sherin Guirguis talks with artist Almond Zigmund during the opening reception of the exhibition, “Plane Suite,” a two-dimensional installation on the Tall Wall. Zigmund earned a bachelor’s degree from Parsons School of Design in New York and Paris and an MFA from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. The artist’s... 
Newt Gingrich talks leadership at Claremont lecture
Politics take a back seat at the former speaker’s Scripps appearance. Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich addressed a welcoming crowd of about 600 at the Garrison Theater at Scripps College on Wednesday. Gingrich delivered a humor-filled speech on the basic steps to effective leadership. Politics were... 
Burglars target computer equipment in Landis Academic Center. Ashley Morgado Staff Writer University officials have reported a theft of roughly $1,000 worth of technology from a first floor classroom in the Landis Academic Center. Just prior to the holiday break in December, a computer and DVD/VCR were stolen, according... 
Lecture's focus is sustainability
Meek says that individual efforts are the most important. Jack Meek, professor of public administration, has published for various encyclopedias, chapters for several books and articles in academic journals including the International Journal of Public Administration and Public Administration Quarterly. Meek participated... 
Trevor Woodland sets the tone with 19 points. Elsie Ramos Staff Writer The men’s basketball team improved to 7-14 after defeating the Whittier Poets, 79-71, on Wednesday night. This comes after having dropped three of the last four games. The Leopards started off stiff, going scoreless the first four minutes of the... 
Rachel Smith Staff Writer The devastating earthquake in Haiti has led the La Verne community – including the University of La Verne, city of La Verne and Church of the Brethren – to join hands and provide relief for the victims of this devastating natural disaster. “People want to help and trust that our organizations... 
Wheeler left mark on University, Church of the Brethren
Myrna Wheeler and President Stephen Morgan participate in the University of La Verne’s centennial celebration in 1991. Wheeler served on the Board of Trustees for nearly 25 years. / file photo by Ben Weybright Kristen Campbell Staff Writer Myrna Long Wheeler, respected alumna and trustee of the University of La... 
Harvel Lewis championed ULV diversity
Harvel Lewis Carly Hill Staff Writer Harvel Lewis, alumna and longtime faculty member of the University of La Verne, died Jan. 9 of a heart attack in Pomona. Mrs. Lewis was an inspiration to many, and an advocate for diversity throughout her life. Mrs. Lewis was born in Louisiana, but spent almost all of her life... 
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