On the lookout
A juvenile red tailed hawk looks over the University Mall from a cedar tree near Founders Hall Wednesday. The Migratory Bird Treaty Act protects red tailed hawks, making it illegal to harm or remove them from their natural habitat. Red tailed hawks have been seen at Brackett Field Airport. Earlier, the hawk was perched... 
Annabel Secaida Staff Writer Kat Simonelli News Editor The women’s soccer team left sweat, tears and most importantly heart on the field as it finished it’s 2014 season Saturday, placing sixth in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The Leopards celebrated a 2-0 victory in their last game... 
Holmes focuses on custody battles
College of Law Dean Gilbert Holmes presented a lecture, “Family Law: A Cauldron for Our Beliefs and Principles,” in the President’s Dining Room Monday. Holmes discussed the benefits that accrue to children who are reared by married biological parents or adopted by a married same sex couple compared to those who... 
LEC hosts finals party for students
Tiahna Gillon, sophomore kinesiology major, and Shaiasia Wannamaker, sophomore psychology major, learn about the Learning Enhancement Center’s workshops at the LEC’s Countdown to Finals Night Tuesday. Attendees could also find out where they could meet other tutors and fill out surveys about what kind of workshops... 
Yaya Pineda Staff Writer The end of October brought about nasty coughs and colds that prompted many people to diagnose themselves with Ebola, the disease that swept through West Africa and spread internationally this fall. However, it was simply a coincidence that the Ebola breakout and flu season peaked at the same... 
Not voting is not cool
Editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff and Des Delgadillo Election season is over, but that doesn’t mean we should stop caring about elections. This year’s midterm election turnout was the lowest it has ever been in 72 years, with only 36.4 percent of eligible voters voting. The last time a voter turnout was that... 
Hal Hargrave Staff Writer Although it was a tough weekend for the women’s volleyball team, things started looking up Monday after the team found out it received a regional bid to play No. 21 Trinity Texas in the NCAA Division III tournament. The last time La Verne met Trinity in 2012, the Leopards came out victorious,... 
Maker Con encourages innovation
University of La Verne students Yifong Ai and Aimee Zhao observe a 3D octopus being made Saturday at the SoCal Maker Convention at the Fairplex. J6 Events hosted the inaugural convention. Various inventors, Makerspace companies and 3D printing companies provided activities for attendees to make 3D objects, ride solar... 
Erum Jaffrey Assistant Editor Advanced video production students and La Verne faculty and staff took home five WAVE awards and had their documentaries screened at the 909 Film Festival on Oct. 24. The Alliance for Community Media’s Western Area Video Excellence Awards honor the best television and public access TV... 
Erum Jaffrey Assistant Editor A journey of love, loss and hope was told by author, host and classical music programmer Martin Goldsmith on his novel, “Alex’s Wake: A Voyage of Betrayal and a Journey of Remembrance” at the Kristallnacht lecture Sunday in the Campus Center. The event was held in remembrance of... 
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