Spooktacular event sweetens Halloween night
Emily and Michael Alamprese were among the trick-or-treaters who made their way up and down the corridors of the Stu-Han residence hall knocking on the doors of students who volunteered to pass out candy as a part of the annual ASULV Spooktacular event. Mike and Erica Alamprese brought their children trick-or-treating... 
Gratz inspires with piano
Musicians Andrew Ford, Mike Bennett, Steven Biondo and Reed Gratz filled the President’s Dining Room Monday with music Monday as the quartet performed songs written by Gratz during recovery from back surgery last Spring. The faculty lecture was titled “New Compositions for Voice and Anthroplasty.” The musicians... 
The proposal, which would help students graduate sooner, now goes to the Board of Trustees. Angie Marcos LV Life Editor Undergraduate students may soon be able to take a maximum of 18 units per semester instead of the 17 units currently allowed. Pending Board Of Trustees approval later this month, the change would... 
Leopards move on to SCIAC tournament
The women’s volleyball team drops Redlands in four sets to earn a postseason berth. La Verne setter Anna Calmer spikes a point against Redlands outside hitter Jackie Hamilton (No. 22) and middle back Emily Capozzoli (No. 14) with help from setter Yesenia Lopez. The Leopards chained up the Bulldogs, 3-1, Tuesday... 
Faculty members showcase their research
Faculty of the University of La Verne got a chance to share their academic research in the annual Faculty Research Day. The event was held in the Wilson Library on Oct. 29. More than 100 students and faculty attended the event which featured the scholarship and research of 70 faculty members. / photo by Erin Maxwell Julissa... 
First Person Experience: Memory Walk brings needed research funds
Sponsored by Wells Fargo, the 17th annual Los Angeles Memory Walk was held in Downtown Los Angeles on Grand Avenue just outside of the Water Court Plaza on Sunday to fight Alzheimer’s disease. Participants in the Memory Walk support the families who are affected by this disease. According to the Memory Walk Foundation,... 
Unit increase marks improvement
Editorial Cartoon by Michael Escañuelas The Faculty Assembly’s recent decision to allow undergraduate students to take a maximum of 18 units effective this spring semester is a great advancement for the University of La Verne. It is a sign of progression for the University to now offer its undergraduate students... 
Michael Escañuelas Staff Writer University of La Verne graduate Tina Nieto was recently promoted to captain of the Los Angeles Police Department, making her the first female Hispanic captain in the LAPD. Nieto, a San Gabriel native, graduated in 2008 with a degree from ULV’s Master of Science in Leadership and Management... 
Since the public option seems more and more likely to be included in a healthcare reform bill, an important part that might be overshadoweded is preventative health. Much like the British system where doctors are given incentives for reducing the obesity rates and smoking habits among their patients, the newly crafted... 
Don't believe what you hear about H1N1
Natalie Veissalov, Editor in Chief Last week, I received the H1N1 influenza vaccine at the Student Health Center. I must admit I was apprehensive about getting vaccinated because of all the speculation and commentary in the media and around town. However, I did plenty of research and made the decision to get it. I... 
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