La Verne Magazine
Vol. 24, No. 1
Winter 2000

"Tradition & Change"

Watching over the University of La Verne campus from the west courtyard of Wilson Library, the three by six foot cement leopard was a gift from ULV's senior class of 1994. After much deliberation, the class of 1994 selected the school mascot statue, which cost $3,000.

Photography by Isela Peña


From the Editor...

by Stacie N. Galang

Campaign 2000: Can the Underdog be a Contender?

story and illustration by Stacie N. Galang
photography by Jaime Ortega

ULV Science Education: Beyond Test Tubes and Beakers

by Jeanette M. Neyman
photography by Naoko Yokota

Filling Up With Hydrogen

by Jeanette M. Neyman

0-60 in 4.6: The Vehicle of the Future Gets a Charge

by Allison Moore
photography by Michelle Zimmerman

The Athlete vs. the Sport

by Michelle Thornton
photography by Matt Wright

Skateboarding Finds a Home

by Allison Moore
photography by Matt Wright

Fairplex: Tradition and Change

by Stacie N. Galang
photography by Erica Paal

ULV: Transition or Tradition?

by Jennifer Parsons
photography by Matt Wright and Isela Peña

A Route Runs Through It

by Greg MacDonald
photography by Ian Gratz

Making the Home Grade With Mom

by Erin Grycel
photography by Ian Gratz

Rhino Records: Valley Music Leader

by Michelle Thornton
photography by Michelle Zimmerman

R.I.P.: The Shopping Mall

by Jelani A. Kimble
illustration by Isela Peña

Living Fraternity Allegiance

by Elizabeth Rodarte
photography by Erica Paal


Harbinger of the future, Dailey Theatre contrasts with the ivy league look of Miller Hall and Landis Academic Center. Working with the La Verne Fire Department, the photographer climbed the fully extended ladder of the fire truck, which was parked on B Street, parallel to the ULV football field for this photograph.

Photography by Matt Wright


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