Alumni artists return to their roots
Alumnus Eduardo Rodriguez reminisces with professors of art Keith Lord and Ruth Trotter and alumnus Dicran Kassouny. Eight former students were honored with an alumni exhibition titled,“Roots and Shooting Stars.” Some of the former students returned to campus for the reception Tuesday at the Harris Gallery, where... 
La Verne kicks off season on right foot
La Verne junior midfielder Harim Coronado fends off junior St. Katherine defender David Lopez, charging in to make an attempt at a goal during the first half of Sunday’s game at Ortmayer Stadium. The Leopards doused the Firebirds, 10-0, with eight different players scoring goals. The Leopards will face Claremont-Mudd-Scripps... 
‘Vapes’ blow out cigarettes’ fire­
Sophomore business administration major Christian Monterroza enjoys an afternoon vape in Mainiero Square with a banana and strawberry flavored e-juice called “Smooth Curves” by Stimulus. Monterroza was an occasional smoker and wanted to try vaping as an alternative. He started vaping about nine months ago after... 
Karla Rendon News Editor Associate professor of public administration Marcia Godwin has been chosen to be the University’s new program director of the master of public administration. Godwin is succeeding former MPA director Jack Meek as he becomes the founding director of the College of Business and Public Management... 
Carnival event draws crowd
Junior education major Noelle Cobb tries to splash in another shot to seal the win in the game of water pong. Cobb and partner, graduate psychology major Lyssette Rodriguez, dominate the game winning back-to-back sets at the Campus Activities Board Carnival Night themed event, Sept. 3 at the Campus Center Ballroom.... 
Upland cuts animal shelter budget
Friends of Upland Animal Shelter volunteer Nancy Wiegenstein has seasonal dog clothes in the backseat of her truck for sheltered dogs of every size to wear. Once clothed, Wiegenstein uses a black blanket as a background and poses dogs on the blanket to publish photographs of the stylish pups online in hopes that they... 
Leopards speed past Banana Slugs to victory
Senior midfielder Cassidy Schweiger leads the charge, in an attempt to score another goal with the assist of senior midfielder Maribel Duran and junior forward Alexa Smith. The women’s soccer team dominated UC Santa Cruz, with a lead of 3-0 in the first half of the game. / photo by Terrence Lewis Alexandra de Leon... 
Vendors sell handmade items at Art Mart
Similar to other vendors at the Art Mart, Stephanie Aud began creating bracelets as a young girl. Aud has established a business and sells her bracelets every Friday at the weekly Art Mart located at the Claremont Packing House. / photo by Sarah Vander Zon  Read More →
George Fox University sophomore offensive back Dominick Fix-Gonzalez fails to take down La Verne junior running back Dallas Parent at the end of the fourth quarter. The Leopards defeated the Bruins, 27-23, in their first game of the season Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium. The team will face the Whitworth Pirates Sept.... 
Chris McMahan Staff Writer The Argo Mediterranean Grille in downtown La Verne is the only restaurant in the area to offer unique and original Mediterranean dishes. The restaurant opened about two months ago, and manager Alberto Pena has been with the company since their opening in La Verne. “There are no restaurants... 
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