The California State Senate last week unanimously approved a bill to require the state’s colleges and universities to implement an “affirmative consent” standard for dealing with sexual assault cases. Senate Bill 967, also called the “yes means yes” bill says that affirmative consent in sexual activity... 
After a long, difficult and tension-filled year between University of La Verne adjuncts and administrators over the possibility of unionization, the Service Employees International Union withdrew its petition to represent the adjuncts on July 31. In doing so SEIU cannot file for unionization with ULV adjuncts again... 
Women's soccer sends scoreless Eagles home
Sophomore forward Alexa Smith cuts between sophomore midfielder Jackie Elzakhem and junior forward Tara Tarazoff from Benedictine to steal the ball in the first half of the Leopards’ 2-0 victory Sunday at Ortmayer Stadium. La Verne sent the Eagles back to Lisle, Illinois, without a goal. Junior midfielders Kelsey... 
Gabriella Chikhani Staff Writer The University of La Verne opened the Small Business Development Center last month — a hub designed to aid in the development and productivity of local businesses and the economy. ULV’s Center is modeled after the Los Angeles Regional SBDC Network, which is a center for the delivery... 
Angel artworks define Latino history
Graciela Horne Nardi, founder of the Latino Art Museum in Pomona, showcases her abstract paintings that represent the idea of life as a labyrinth. The museum also displayed the “Earth Angel For Peace,” an exhibition made up of the work of artists from around the world, each of whom represented the spirit of angels... 
Clark steps back to faculty track
Avid traveler, study abroad director and professor, Al Clark has many memories of traveling to and living in Italy, Greece, England and France. Paris is a favorite destination he says because “there’s just something magical about it.” Clark recently ended his time as associate vice president of academic affairs... 
Answer throws back to classic rock
Van Mosley, lead singer and bass guitar player in classic rock band “The Answer,” closes the Claremont Summer Concert series on Labor Day in Memorial Park with “YMCA,” made popular by the Village People in 1978. Claremont had cut its budget for the summer concerts, but the Kiwanis Club stepped up with fundraisers... 
Melissa Gasia Staff Writer The Pomona College Museum of Art is showcasing its exhibitions “Petrochemical America,” “Allied Against AIDS” and “Project Series 49: Sam Falls” on social issues through Dec. 19. The art exhibition is a resource not just for the Pomona College campus but also for the public. “Students... 
Professor remembered for humor
Dr. Katharine Hoskins, pictured in 1983, taught English at the University of La Verne for 30 years before her retirement in 1994. She also served as chairwoman of the English department and the humanities division. / file photo by Kay Hoover Yaya Pineda Staff Writer Katharine Bail Hoskins, former chairwoman of the... 
Fair mixes new and old traditions
Children each paid $2 to ride the rainbow inspired Euro Slide at the Los Angeles County Fair on Labor Day. The annual Fairplex event opened last weekend and will remain open until Sept. 28. The fair also opened three new exhibits for the 2014 season. / photo by Michael Saakyan Alyssa Navarro Staff Writer Crowds of... 
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