Alison Rodriguez Staff Writer “And I swear that you don’t have to go…” Those words will be forever echoing in my ears after last night – the night I had been waiting over four months for, the night that was filled with bright lights, loud music and screaming fans. The night I saw Mayday Parade. Mayday Parade... 
Katie Madden Copy Editor A large group of faculty, alumni, and students attended Harry Rosenfeld’s lecture, “From Kristallnacht to Water­gate: Memories of a News­paper­man,” Sunday in the Campus Center. This was the third annual lecture at the university commemorating Kris­tall­nacht or the “Night of Broken... 
Mariela Patron News Editor Robert Penalber Editor in Chief A new policy is in the works to raise faculty wages based on their performances in teaching, research and professional service. Under Provost Greg Dewey, two task forces researching workload and merit pay are working together to build a plan that could become... 
Bookstore frees inmates’ minds
The Bookshop in the Claremont Forum, located at 586 W. First St., is home of the Nationwide Prison Library Project. The Prison Library Project is a non-profit organization where volunteers come read mail from inmates across the country and package books to be sent to them. Martha Harris, John Maull, Hugo Rocha and... 
Kingsmen spoil senior night at LV
La Verne junior safety Carvante Hill and sophomore linebacker Matt Canlas try to take down Cal Lutheran senior running back Wayne Chapman in the first quarter. The Leopards lost to the Kingsmen, 49-21. / photo by Hunter Cole Jolene Nacapuy Staff Writer In their last home game of the season, the Leopards lost 49-21... 
Cummins brings evening of delights
Danielle Cummins plays “Greensleeves (What Child is This)” after the performance of the La Mer Duo with Nicodemus Maracut on piano in Morgan Auditorium Saturday. Cummins was excited to have played one of her original compositions during the performance titled “Crystal Cove,” written last month. Cummins ended... 
Church shares Peace and Carrots
Freshman Edwin Escobar and senior Michelle Bedolla tend to the parsley grown in the Peace and Carrots Community Garden Tuesday afternoon. The garden is located at the north end of the La Verne Church of the Brethren parking lot, off of Fifth Street. / photo by Uyen Bui Kellie Galentine Staff Writer A plot that used... 
Leos bullied by Bulldogs at home
Junior utility player Jonathon Jarvis tries to pass the ball over Redlands senior Grant Harrington at Saturday’s game at Las Flores Park. The Leopards were defeated by the Bulldogs 15-7, leading to a 2-5 conference record. / photo by Jessica Harsen Julian Mininsohn Sports Editor The men’s water polo team suffered... 
Alejandra Aguilar Staff Writer The marketing and public relations offices at the University of La Verne have combined into a new unit: The Strategic Enrollment Manage­ment and Communications department, as part of the University’s 2020 Strategic Vision plan. The new unit has two goals: to achieve national recognition... 
Hayes hopes to run his way to national stage
Bryan Hayes, sophomore physics major, placed fifth at the SCIAC Cross Country Championships Nov. 2. As a freshmen Hayes earned all-conference honors with a top 20 finish at the 2012 SCIAC Championships. / photo by Nicole Ambrose Julian Burrell Staff Writer Bryan Hayes, sophomore physics major, knows for certain that... 
Copyright © 2009 Campus Times. All rights reserved.
Designed by Theme Junkie. Powered by WordPress.