Happenings

// May 15th, 2015
Theatre in Community Students of the Theatre and Community class will perform short plays at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Dailey Theatre. The performance is under the supervision of director of theater Steve Kent and artist-in-residence Alma Martinez. Chamber Orchestra The La Verne Chamber Orchestra will perform under the supervision... 
A suspect is in police custody in relation to the murder of La Verne couple Shirley and Armie Isom last year. Luke Fabela, 23, had been arrested on an unrelated vehicle theft charge in January, and forensic evidence from a previous felony linked him to the La Verne murder case. “We have not yet been able to establish... 
Chavez helps undocumented students find financial aid
Senior communications major Diego Chavez presents information on how to improve financial assistance for undocumented students who do not quality for government financial aid April 28 in the West Dining Room. Chavez also talked about ways to create alliances between faculty and students. As part of his senior project,... 
Faculty, staff honored at annual event
President Devorah Lieberman honored Arthur Gonchar, Professor of Psychology, for his 35 years of service at the University of La Verne. The faculty awards were held in the athletic pavilion on Friday May 1. / photo by Bailey Maguire Deborah Walden, senior director of administration and operations, is honored at the... 
<i>Fixing the Mirror: Peering Into Body Image Issues</i>: Act seeks awareness for eating disorders
Anna Westin Prevention, Training and Education Act to be introduced to Congress May 13 Kellie Galentine Online Editor Anna Westin was 20 years old when the relapse of her anorexia nervosa began. She arrived home to Chaska, Minnesota, between her sophomore and junior years at the University of Oregon in 1999 and became... 
­­Kat Simonelli Editor in Chief The La Verne baseball team defeated No. 1 seeded Cal Lutheran, 4-2, after junior shortstop Woody Reyes drove in two runs on a single to second in the top of the seventh, ensuring the Leopards’ win and claiming their title as Southern California Inter­collegiate Athletic Con­ference... 
<i>Fixing the Mirror: Peering Into Body Image Issues</i>:Her Story: Hall survives anorexia
Corenne Hall’s anorexia nervosa dominated her life between ages 13 and 16. As a dancer, Hall had a constant drive for thinness. She now focuses on fitness and keeps her body healthy through exercise and proper nutrition habits. / photo by Celine Dehban Kellie Galentine Online Editor Five years ago, Corenne Hall sat... 
Sustainable efforts reflect values
editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff and Des Delgadillo Soakfest is a signature event that the Campus Activities Board puts on each spring. Giant blow up water slides and activities are erected on the South Quad, powered by hoses that provide slippery fun for students. Running around across the grass in bathing suits... 
The beast is flamed
Junior public relations major Aaron Brown burns his San Antonio Spurs Tim Duncan jersey Tuesday outside of the Dwight Hanawalt Football Complex because he lost a bet to Diane Sutter, trustee of The Beast 980 radio station. The station is the official radio home of the Los Angeles Clippers. Brown bet that the Spurs... 
Kat Simonelli Editor in Chief Kellie Galentine Online Editor Junior political science major David Asbra traveled to Washington, D.C., to lobby for the Collegiate Housing and Infrastructure Act with approximately 105 students from various universities across the nation with the Fraternal Government Relations Coalition. The... 
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