Vista residents are awaiting the dreaded email to let them know what day they have to begin parking in the off-campus shuttle lot, anticipated for some time this month after all of the renovations are done to that lot, thus beginning another chapter in the ULV parking rigmarole Before the off-campus shuttle lot existed,... 
Michael Saakyan Staff Writer Wearing your granddad’s clothes may not only make you look incredible but it can also land you on La Verne’s new fashion blog, La Vogue. Available on Facebook, Instagram and most recently Tumblr, La Vogue captures the different styles on campus and the influence behind students’... 
Overzealous fans take game too far
Editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff Sports fans are some of the most passionate people. However, some take it too far. It has come to the point in which teams fight until the final buzzer and fans fight to the death. Take the Dodgers-Giants rivalry for example. In March 2011, Bryan Stow, a San Francisco Giants fan... 
Des Delgadillo Staff Writer With 69 recognized clubs and organizations on campus, collaboration is key for clubs and student government. When so many different groups wish to organize activities, it is The Associated Students of La Verne’s, job to ensure the funds are going to the right place. “There’s a lot... 
Panel examines Zimmerman case
Chief Diversity and Inclusivity Officer Joy Lei moderates the conversation between the speakers, students and faculty at the Critical Conversations last Friday in the Campus Center Ballroom. The discussion centered on the verdict exonerating George Zimmerman in the murder of Trayvon Martin. Guest speakers, students... 
Hayley Hulin Staff Writer The Campus Activities Board hosted a circus luncheon at Davenport Hall on Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for Homecoming Week. For the event in support of homecoming, CAB decorated Davenport with red, yellow and blue balloons attached to tables. At the patio door, the voting booth for king... 
Des Delgadillo Staff Writer Youth and talent make for a particularly volatile combination in the music industry, as critics and fans can trace an artist’s musical development, and by extension personal maturation, from the point of discovery to that first Grammy and beyond. But some young artists ride a wave of celebrity... 
Circus Day kicks off Homecoming
Junior biology major Vivian Aceves and junior mathematics major Allison Jimenez enjoy their free Wienerschnitzel lunch Tuesday on one of the picnic blankets spread out by the Campus Activities Board in Sneaky Park. A Wienerschnitzel food truck and an ice cream truck provided free food for Circus Day as a part of Homecoming... 
Englander talks issues with sea level rise
Don Pollock, professor of communications, introduces speaker John Englander, an oceanographer, on Oct. 3 in the Arts and Communications Building. Englander discussed sea level rise and the impact on coastal areas, which he addresses in his book “High Tide On Main Street” published in 2012. / photo by Nicole Ambrose  Read More →
Football wins first SCIAC game
La Verne freshman quarterback Michael Lauck advances the ball in the third quarter just ahead of La Verne’s second touchdown against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Saturday. The Leopards defeated the Stags 30-6 at Ortmayer Stadium. La Verne is 2-1 overall and tied for first place in SCIAC. / photo by Helen Arase Senior running... 
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