Farmers market has authentic music and food
Michael Fleming of Pomona and Saul Jimenez of Saul’s Family Produce in Claremont met at the Pomona Farmers Market on Sept. 16. The Farmers Market features popcorn and smoothie stands, as well as a live band playing Latin dance music. The market runs from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. every Wednesday at Garey Avenue and Second... 
Dreaming of a green Christmas
Kevin Garrity, Managing Editor In December, world leaders will meet in Copenhagen to discuss, and hopefully implement, a new set of regulations to confront global warming. However, this incredibly important meeting is on pace to be no different than any of the other world conversations about this issue, meaning a lot... 
At a loss for souvenirs
Angie Marcos, LV Life Editor While in Madrid this summer, my family and I decided to attend the presentation of the world’s highest paid soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo. The Santiago Bernabéu stadium, which holds a capacity of 80,000 people, was filled almost instantly and a large crowd gathered outside the stadium... 
Preparing for the future
Natalie Veissalov, Editor in Chief Many students may feel the same way I am feeling: overwhelmed and stressed. It seems like this semester all I have to look forward to is an overwhelming load of school work and projects. My schedule now till mid-December will be totally booked, even including the weekends. Although... 
Many colleges have adopted a new habit in campus dining halls and guess what, it’s eco-friendly: Going trayless at the dining hall. Davenport Dining Hall at the University of La Verne permanently adopted this technique, or rather, this way of life at the beginning of this school year, and we are proud of the University... 
Bring NASA back down to Earth
Editorial Cartoon by Michael Escañuelas When was the last time you got excited over something involving space or space exploration? It seems that as we go further into the future, the less we become excited about all those futuristic promises we were fed as children. Within the past couple weeks several announcements... 
Natalie Veissalov Editor in Chief Felicia Beardsley and Zandra Wagoner have taken new positions that will allow them to support and help run the College of Arts and Sciences with Jonathan Reed, the new interim dean. Beardsley, who is an anthropology professor, is the interim associate dean of the CAS, and Wagoner,... 
Associate VP Der-Karabetian to tackle assessment
Aghop Der-Karabetian, who left his position as the associate dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at the end of spring 2009, now serves as associate vice president for university assessment for academic affairs. Der-Karabetian, also a professor of psychology, earned his doctorate in psychology from the University... 
The following students in the CAPA program earned grade point averages of 3.75 or higher during the spring 2009 semester. Luz Aguilar Erica Ambriz Rayven Armijo Adriana Avila Emma Baltazar Rimayne Bowman Stephanie Brown Joanne Camacho Nora Carrillo Brittnie Cazier James Cook Kevin Davies Sari De La Cerra Soraya DelReal Virginia... 
Furutan refutes economic equality
Motivational factors behind a free market economy was the concept explained by Omid Furutan during his lecture “The Network of Economics.” Economic agents are fueled by their greed and desire to fulfill their own wants and needs. This leads to societies that are centered on economic division and small numbers... 
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