Historical betrayals examined in faculty lecture. Michael Escañuelas Staff Writer Ann Hills delved into the mind of a traitor with her lecture on author Jorge Luis Borges Monday in the President’s Dining Room. Hills, an associate professor of Spanish, included themes involving the identity of the “traitor”... 

Happenings

// Dec 4th, 2009
Drum Ensemble The La Verne West African Drum Ensemble will perform at 8 p.m. on Wednesday on the main stage of Dailey Theatre. Through the semester, Steve Biondo, director, has taught students the values and traditions tied to the instruments used in his class. General admission is $5. Students get in free. For more... 
Walker House hosts abstract art in gallery
The San Dimas Festival of Arts featured artist Ken Sheffer’s solo art show, “Colorfields of Abstraction.” San Dimas City Councilmember, Denis Bertone, was one of 20 guests present on Friday night. The 2nd Story Gallery is located in the Walker House near the corner of Bonita Avenue and San Dimas Avenue in San... 
At the Buzzer Men’s Basketball, Nov. 19 La Verne–71 UC Riverside–87 Men’s Basketball, Nov. 24 Chapman–72 La Verne–78 Women’s Basketball, Nov. 28 Rhodes–69 La Verne–56 Women’s Basketball, Nov. 29 Rose-Hulman–48 La Verne–65 Schedule Friday Men’s basketball @ Chaminade, 9:30 p.m. Saturday Women’s... 
Leopards' trip ends at Regional final
The women’s volleyball team falls to Redlands in the fifth set. Catie Logan and Kendall Kraiss go up for the hit against Pacific Lutheran’s Sarah Beaver. The Leopards won first round of the NCAA Western Regional Championships, 3-1. La Verne dropped the championship game against Colorado College in five... 
Pilgrim Place remembers the past
The annual fall festival is held in Claremont. Wamapanoag Indian Village, Mayflower-On-Wheels, Indian Drumming and “The Festival Thanksgiving Show” were all part of Claremont’s 61st annual Pilgrim Place Festival. The festival consisted of a two-day celebration featuring crafts, talents and activities of residents... 
Angie Marcos LV Life Editor La Verne has placed mandatory water restrictions on its residents, including the University of La Verne, requiring everyone to use less water or pay penalties. A drought is in effect in the Northern California’s Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, which has put limitations on the amount of water... 
Kevin Garrity Managing Editor The Green Institute for Village Empowerment has implemented a new program intended to increase recycling in Founders Hall and ultimately the entire campus. The new initiative will be directed at the faculty and staff who teach and work in Founders Hall. “It’s important for students... 
Panthers survive Leopard scare, 17-14
The football team finishes a winless 2009 season. Freshman running back Eric Brown weaves around Chapman defensive lineman Willie Tobbins during the first half of Saturday’s game. Although Brown’s evasion may have succeeded, the team as a whole did not, losing the game, 17-14. / photo by Rafael Anguiano Charlie... 
Latino heritage and roots explored
Retreat builds bonds between La Verne, Azusa Pacific students Daniel Loera, multicultural affairs director, lead the Latina/ Latino Retreat on Nov. 13 in the Howell Board Room and Sneaky Park. Loera and Lili Gradilla held activities for the Latino students from the University of La Verne and Azusa Pacific University.... 
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