Carly Hill News Editor Associated Students of the University La Verne Vice President Noor Wahba became president this semester after Chris Kaelberer resigned for “academic and personal reasons,” he said. “It’s not about me anymore, it’s about the whole school,” said Kaelberer, a junior business major. “My... 
New coach keeps the squad on course. Kristen Campbell News Editor Ranking 19th among more than 300 schools at the World Universities Debate Champion­ship in Turkey last month, the University of La Verne debate team has proved to itself and to the University that hard work and dedication pays off. The team got a new... 
Latin culture inspires exhibit
  An exhibition titled “Collector’s Choice,” is now on display at the Latino Art Museum on Second Street in Pomona. Armando Durón, a Los Angeles area art collector, selected many works, including paintings by Luis Soto, left, and Yolanda Gonzalez, right. For the exhibition, Durón challenged the artists... 
Orange grove celebrates La Verne's roots
Marie Kelly and her grandson, Justin Boultwood, were among many from the La Verne community at Heritage Park Saturday for the opportunity to pick oranges for purchase. The event marks the ninth year that the park has hosted orange picking for the community. The orange groves will be open every Saturday until March... 
Athenas outlast Leos in 61-50 win
Clarissa Holz posts a double-double in the losing effort. Sophomore guard Clarissa Holz comes up with the ball after a steal but was unable to score off the take-away. Missed shots and turnovers doomed the Leopards as they lost the game, 61-50, to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Saturday. After Saturday’s game the Leopards’... 
The earthquake that destroyed Haiti in the beginning of January is another reminder that people always come together in times of tragedy. Unfortunately it takes a grand-scale catastrophe like the 2004 tsunami, 2005 Hurricane Katrina and the recent quake in Haiti for people to feel inclined to help their fellow man. It... 
Chapel recognizes Ash Wednesday
Melissa Silvestre imposes ashes on the forehead of Alexis Mazon on Ash Wednesday to signify a day of repentance. Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent, which is the Christian preparation for the annual commemoration of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Lent concludes with Easter, which is the Christian... 
TMZSports.com should never be
Editorial Cartoon by Michael Escañuelas TMZ has gained considerable leverage ever since it broke the news of Michael Jackson’s death last June. Now with all the recent media coverage of the Tiger Woods sex scandal, it appears that TMZ’s next calling is to focus more on sports news: the good, the bad and of... 
Since 1993 the U.S. military has discharged more than 13,000 men and women from serving our country because they were gay. Able-bodied people who voluntarily wanted to make the ultimate sacrifice and protect our freedoms were sent home because of who they are. Under the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy enacted... 
Tiffany Spears Staff Writer Excitement, joy, peace and anger were some of the feelings displayed on stage at the “10-Minute Play Festival 2010.” in the Dom’s Lounge at the Smith Campus Center at Pomona College. The Dom’s Lounge was so packed with people that many of them had to stand. The audience was composed... 
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