Since March 2011, toxic nuclear waste has been spreading to the Pacific Ocean from Japan’s Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Plant when it was hit by an earthquake and tsunami.

Assistant dean is 'scholar-teacher'

To help manage some of the work that accompanies steady enrollment increases, the College of Arts and Sciences has added Kathleen Weaver, associate professor of biology, to the dean’s office staff.


The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department arrested more than 2,000 people at DUI checkpoints leading to Labor Day.

Pappas Artisanal is the newest restaurant on D Street in downtown La Verne. As the latest in the long line of restaurants in the area, Pappas is working to establish itself as the latest hot-spot for the hungry masses in the city by building up good faith among customers.


Pooch Park pulls in community

The Claremont Pooch Park has become a hotspot for dog owners of all ages and backgrounds to come and enjoy.

La Verne goes 2-2 at Leopard Invitational tournament

The Frantz Athletic Court stands were full of excitement as fans cheered on their fellow Leopards during the women’s volleyball Leopard Invitational games last Friday and Saturday.

The women’s volleyball team ended the tournament 2-2.


Professor draws on life experience

Nyema Guannu, adjunct professor of economics, is never one to shy away from an opportunity.

Kathleen Hanna’s latest project, The Julie Ruin, glimmers from each stylistic phase of her two-decade career.


UCSC too sluggish to defeat Leopards

The women’s soccer team celebrated its third win of the season in a game against UC Santa Cruz Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.

Lance Armstrong: just another liar in sports

Lance Armstrong is undoubtedly a known name in the current athletic world after winning seven Tour de France races. However recently, Armstrong is not known for his success as a cyclist, but rather the cheating behind it.


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