ULV standout Falisha Ramirez discusses life, injury
A torn ACL isn’t enough to keep the soccer star off the field for her final collegiate game. Falisha Ramirez, a senior on the women’s soccer team, has been an avid soccer player since the age of 4. Ramirez, who plays as forward, is majoring in movement and sports science. A three-year letter winner in soccer,... 
LSF continues Las Posadas tradition
Guests enjoyed Mariachi music and pozole, a traditional Mexican soup, as the Latino Student Forum celebrated Las Posadas in Davenport Dining Hall on Friday. Adviser Crescencio Gonzalez and President Rosalilia Gradilla hosted Los Posadas as a celebration of the trials of Mary and Joseph before the birth of Jesus.... 
ULV falls at home to Whitman, 66-57
Amanda Copas leads the team with 14 points in losing effort. La Verne guard Mayra Duenas drives past Whitman forward Michelle Krall in the second half Saturday on the Frantz Athletic Court. The Missionaries defeated the Leopards, 66-57. ULV’s next game is Friday against UC Santa Cruz. / photo by Cindy Harder Kevin... 
Yessenia Romo Staff Writer A team of University of La Verne business students placed No. 1 in the nation in the CAPSIM competition among hundreds of other U.S. colleges and universities. The competition consists of a business simulation operated by Management Simulations. For the eight-week project, the teams makes... 
Xenia Martinez Staff Writer A freshman on campus may be the University’s next athletic superstar. He’s new to La Verne and doesn’t sport a Leopards jersey, but Vincent Gonzales has for years been making a name for himself in the sport of handball. Gonzales, who hails from Santa Ana, began his handball career... 
Media still imposes double standard
Natalie Veissalov, Editor in Chief If you watched the American Music Awards about three weeks ago, you may have seen Adam Lambert’s racy and provocative performance. The day after his performance, television, radio and online media sources were swarmed with criticism and commentary regarding some of his actions... 
System fails in Seattle shootings
Editorial Cartoon by Michael Escañuelas There is a lot to consider when looking over a list of potential pardons for convicted felons. There is their mental health, because you don’t necessarily want to send an unstable person with a criminal history back into society, if their behavior isn’t clearly under control. There... 
Have yourself a very green Christmas
Samantha Sincock, Editorial Director/Arts Editor Christmas time is here and so are the electricity bills from our treasured holiday delights. Walking or driving down the streets one becomes awed by the display of brightly colored Santa’s, decorative candy cans lining the walkway, or the hundreds of bright strands... 
Dan Sayles Sports Editor On a chilly Saturday evening at the Church of the Brethren in La Verne, the University of La Verne’s music department hosted a Christmas concert with choir and instruments in an Antonio Vivaldi performance. “It was a great, heartwarming performance,” said Jonathan Reed, dean of the College... 
New editors set goals, plans
Natalie Veissalov and Kevin Garrity will begin their roles as La Verne Magazine editor in chief and Campus Times editor in chief, respectively, next spring. Veissalov is the current editor in chief of the Campus Times while Garrity serves as managing editor. photo by/ Rafael Anguiano Charlie Neff Staff Writer In... 
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