Michael Escañuelas Arts Editor A majority of Upland missed out on one of the best shows at The Wire venue in the downtown area on Thursday, Feb 4. Experimental rockers Weatherbox proved how satisfying it is to see a band with this much talent and individuality. Weatherbox, who hails from San Diego, stems from the... 
Let 'em filibuster
Kevin Garrity, Editor in Chief In President Obama’s first State of the Union address he resembled the candidate who was swept into office last November. Unfortunately we have only seen glimpses of this president however through no fault of his own he has acquired one messy situation after another that understandably... 
Rebecca Bravo Staff Writer To kick off spring semester, the Associated Students of the University of La Verne and the Campus Activities Board planned fun events and activities for the first week in February. The first event held was the Breakfast of Champions, a continental breakfast, set up by the Rock in front of... 
Pui Lok Choi Staff Writer The Leopards’ baseball team is set to build on its last game of the 2009 season by continuing to win. After putting together a solid 23-16 record last season, the team not only expects to win more games but expects to win the Southern California Inter­collegiate Athletic Conference. The... 
Natalie Veissalov LV Life Editor While some students were taking strenuous classes on campus this January, others were walking through the streets of ancient cities. Rita Thakur, associate dean of the College of Business and Public Administration, and Al Clark, associate vice president for academic affairs, took undergraduate... 
Mark Vidal Editorial Director You may have wanted it even before Apple Inc. finished engineering it. Is it because popular tech culture automatically seduces us into loving anything Apple produces? Or is Apple really that good at meeting the people’s needs and wants? After Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad on Jan. 27,... 
By now, the full-time student at the University of La Verne has paid or made arrangements for spring semester’s tuition of $14,125. It is a grim reminder to the student drowning in student loans that a year’s tuition has increased $1,340 for the 2009-10 academic year. Yet amid the rising costs of a private college... 
Jose Hernandez Staff Writer Not a single soul present in Friday night’s audience at the University of La Verne’s Dailey Theatre was left unmoved by the theater arts department’s rendition of the 2007 Pulitzer Award-winning drama, “Rabbit Hole.” David Lindsay-Abaire’s drama was the senior thesis production... 
Snow fall hits San Gabriel Mountains
North of the University of La Verne, high in the San Gabriel Mountains lies a large carved “L” built to be the highest university initial in the United States. The letter “L” was constructed by the student body in 1919. Engineers Isaac Funderburgh, Davis Bomberger, George HollenBerg and Carl Rexrod used dormitory... 
Michael Shather Staff Writer Founders Hall echoes with the sounds of an exotic romance language on Tuesday nights. This buzz is fueled by a new class, Conversational Brazilian Portuguese, now open to students and staff here at the University of La Verne. Starting Tuesday night and continuing through spring semester,... 
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