Professor draws on life experience
Nyema Guannu came to the United States from Liberia to earn a bachelor’s degree at Arizona State University, a master’s degree from the University of Denver, and is working on a doctorate from the Claremont Graduate University. The adjunct professor of economics is teaching Economics 220 during the fall semester.... 
Des Delgadillo Staff Writer As musicians make the ascent from basements to bars, from smoky clubs to raucous concert halls and from talented expressers to exemplary leaders, they amass a catalogue of sound that spans and defines a generation. But there comes a time in every musician’s career when they must sift through... 
UCSC too sluggish to defeat Leopards
La Verne junior midfielder Jaime Weaver battles UC Santa Cruz’s Mia Venuti for possession of the ball during the second half of the game. Weaver’s defense drove the ball away from La Verne’s goal, toward Santa Cruz. The Leopards beat the Banana Slugs, 2-1. / photo by Helen Arase Alana Glenn Staff Writer The women’s... 
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. Armstrong was not only a stand-out in the cycling industry, he was an inspiration to millions... 
The hot days in La Verne means it is ant season. Apparently it is ant season in the Vista La Verne Residence Halls as well. Ant infestations have been a problem for Vista La Verne residents since the school year started. There are numerous accounts of ants raiding students’ bathrooms, closets and beds. Just go check... 
Alison Rodriguez Staff Writer The debate team celebrated the University’s “One Book, One University” program in the ACB Sept. 12, showcasing an open debate regarding the idea that humans are not responsible for global warming. Debaters argued the cause of global warming and concluded that it is a mixture of the... 
ELS students face unique challenges
Mackenzie Bristow, center director for the ELS language center, talked about the challenges of students from other countries adapting to American culture at her faculty lecture, “International Higher Education and Advocacy Work: From the Desk to DC” Monday. / photo by Jessica Harsen Rachel Sandoval Staff Writer Students... 

Happenings

// Sep 20th, 2013
LeoFM Giveaway LeoFM will give away coupons for a free 10 ounce frozen yogurt from La Verne’s Yogurtland starting Sept. 23. Listen and call 909-593-3511, ext. 4777 for a chance to win. ‘Divinity Degenerate’ The Tall Wall Space presents Mark Dean Veca’s installation project, “Divinity Degenerate,” through... 
At The Buzzer Men’s Soccer, Sept. 14 Redlands – 2 La Verne – 1 Women’s Volleyball, Sept. 17 Pomona-Pitzer – 3 La Verne – 2 Women’s Soccer, Sept. 18 Pomona-Pitzer – 1 La Verne – 0 Schedule Friday Men’s Water Polo vs. Cal Baptist, 4 p.m. Saturday Football @ Whitworth, 12:30 p.m. Women’s volleyball... 
Julian Burrell Staff Writer Sudden stormy weather on the evening of what had been a bright summer day was not enough to keep nearly 80 local protesters off of the corner of Foothill and Indian Hill Boulevard in Claremont on Monday. Those present had assembled in protest of the expected Congressional decision to send... 
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