The California Medical Association on Oct. 14 became the first medical organization to openly recommend the full legalization of marijuana.
The University of La Verne’s tents received a cleaning by workers from the Industrial Structure Cleaning Company last Friday. Cameron Campbell was strapped to a harness so he could scale the tent while he washed the top of the Dailey Theatre. The cleaning was in preparation for the Inauguration of President Devorah Lieberman today.
It is Halloween, a time I usually like to celebrate by going to see the latest installment of a horror movie franchise that studios love to beat to death. This year it will be “Paranormal Activity 3,” which I have very little hope for.
The smell of pasta and chicken parmesan and the sounds of violins transformed Davenport Dining Hall into an afternoon in Rome for Italian Culture Day.
The La Verne Leopards crushed the Caltech Beavers Wednesday at Frantz Athletic Court in a quick three-set sweep, 25-4, 25-12 and 25-14.
The tradition of Raku in pottery making was kept mainly in Japan’s borders until Paul Soldner developed a low-temperature salt firing form of Raku and brought it to America.
Jason Neidleman, professor of political science, and Gitty Amini, associate professor of political science, discussed the effects of 9/11 on the liberty and security of society in their lecture on Tuesday.
Despite a late goal, it was too little too late as men’s soccer fell to the visiting Cal Lutheran Kingsmen by a 3-1 score Wednesday at Damien High School.
Knott’s Scary Farm has been one of Southern California’s favorite spots to enjoy the spirit of Halloween for years.
Rarely do we the people come across a policy that makes so much sense and has so many immediately positive effects as the latest Congressional issue of reforming the United States’ monetary system.