Obstacle courses build spirit
Arthur Hinojosa, freshman mathematics major, and Andrew Milligan, sophomore kinesiology major, try to run as hard and fast as they can, only to get flung back by the bungee cord they were attached to. The Campus Activities Board held the Test Your Cat Skills event Tuesday on the South Quad. The event featured Davenport... 
International singers shine
Kihun Yoon, the only baritone from the group of five singing in Sunday’s performance, presents the opening song. Pianist and head coach Nino Sanikidze summarized the numbers to give the audience context and background, as the opera songs were not in English. This performance of Sundays at the Morgan featured four... 
Sayles co-authors tale of terrorism
When he is not teaching history at the University of La Verne, history professor Stephen Sayles also enjoys professional baseball. In his office, among the multitude of political and historical texts, is an acrylic sealed baseball. It is signed by Negro American League first baseman Buck O’Neil and was a gift from... 
During the ninth inning of the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader, junior shortstop Rebecca Ireland makes the throw to first for an easy out. Donning pink breast cancer awareness jerseys, La Verne faced Claremont-Mudd-Scripps on Campus West’s opening weekend. The Leopards split the doubleheader, winning the... 
Tyler Harrison Staff Writer The senior citizens at Hillcrest received a lesson in technology from the University of La Verne’s Enactus Club. Enactus stands for entrepreneurship, action and us. It is a business club that gives back to the community. “A lot of people think in business you just make money for yourself,”... 
Cal Grants cuts will hurt La Verne
Editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff State budget cuts in recent years have caused California public colleges to deny admission to hundreds of thousands of students. In 2014 students at California’s private colleges and Universities stand to suffer in the face of devastating budget cuts, this time to Cal Grants. Since... 
Last week Republicans failed to push forward the Paycheck Fairness Act for the third time, possibly extending the gender pay gap and further hurting women in the workforce. The Paycheck Fairness Act, approved by the House of Representatives in 2009 and supported by the Obama administration, aims to close the pay gap... 
Research brought internationally
Aghop Der-Karabetian, professor of psychology, responds to audience questions during his lecture on “Sustainable Behavior, Perceived Globalization Impact, World-mindedness, Identity and Perceived Risk in USA, China and Taiwan College Students.” Der-Karabetian gathered information on American college students by... 
Speaker makes a ROAR at lecture
Karen Dawn, an animal rights activist, discussed the various topics in her book, “Thanking the Monkey: Rethinking the Way We Treat Animals,” at an event hosted by the Reaching Out for Animal Rights club Monday in the Campus Center. Dawn exposed how animals are really treated in American zoos, factory farming and... 
Karla Rendon Arts Editor Eleven large, scenic photographs can now be seen in the Carlson gallery, as photographer Eliot Dudik’s exhibit, “Broken Land” premiered Monday. Lush forest life, quaint snow scenery and trails lined with autumn-leaved trees seem to be the focus of this gallery, but Dudik’s perspective... 
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