The Army promoted Maj. Gen. Michael T. Harrison Sr. as director of program analysis and evaluation for an Army deputy chief of staff while he had been previously suspended and rebuked for mishandling sexual assault accusations against a colonel. The Washington Post broke the story last week after the Army released... 
Kellie Galentine Assistant LV Life Editor A set of American flag painted Greek letters, a water pong table, a volleyball net and a teeter-totter turned the South Quad from April 24 to April 25 into what a passerby may think was a fratty hangout. In reality the brothers of Phi Delta Theta came together for a full 24... 
Dining services get new chief
New to the University of La Verne, Heather Podsakoff was chosen as the general manager for Bon Appétit. She earned a bachelor’s degree at Biola University before first returning there as director of catering for Bon Appétit. Podsakoff said she loves the friendly atmosphere on campus and she has taken to exploring... 
Gabriela Krupa Staff Writer Students who encourage queer and feminist ideals gathered at Pitzer College to support the series “Wrong is Not My Name” April 24. The series originated in a Black Queer Theory class, and the students continue the series even when the class is not in session. “I wanted to shed light... 
Kristine Delgadillo Staff Writer The University of La Verne has taken extra precautions toward earthquake preparedness in light of recent earthquakes in the Los Angeles County to prepare students and faculty in case of emergency. A campus-wide earthquake drill took place April 15 in every dorm at ULV. Drills were led... 
Glendora sheds light on Earth Day
George Munoz of the Glendora Parks and Trees Division and David Borunda of the Parks and Recreation Department distributed helium balloons to community members last Saturday in honor of Earth Day at the Glendora City Hall, Public Library and Plaza. Events and activities in celebration of Earth Day were kicked off with... 
Upland’s Lemon Festival adds sweet to sour
Dan Linder, accompanied by daughters Ella and Audrey, battle it out to win a stuffed donut plush toy but in the end neither were able to claim it. The family came all the way from Redlands to enjoy their day at the annual Lemon Festival in downtown Upland on Sunday, which offered free admission to all. / photo by Veronica... 
Persson brings a winning attitude
Trevor Persson has been named the new men’s soccer coach, replacing Crescencio Gonzalez after 12 years as head coach. Persson, a graduate of La Verne’s master’s program in education, has previously coached at Cal Poly Pomona and Cal State San Bernardino. He said he chose the position at La Verne because he saw... 
Tyler Harrison Staff Writer Maureen Roberts, a Girl Scout troop leader in Claremont, believes Girl Scouts and the “Ban Bossy” campaign are good partners. In an attempt to ban the word “bossy,” Sheryl Sandberg, the chief operating officer  of Facebook, spearheaded the campaign in early March to encourage... 
Liz Ortiz Staff Writer The Inland Pacific Ballet told a tale as old as time in its adaptation of “Beauty and the Beast” at the Bridges Auditorium in Claremont on April 26. The ballet featured soloist Shelby Whallon as Beauty and guest artist Cameron Schwanz as Beast in Victoria Koenig and Kevin Frank Meyers’... 
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