La Verne Magazine
Vol. 29, No. 1
Winter 2005

Basking in the glow of being an Olympic champion, Stacey Nuveman received a memorable coming home party. Gifts from the Normans, her parents’ neighbors in La Verne, decorate Stacey Nuveman’s house. “She’s a creative lady,” Nuveman says of the family friend.

Photography by Jenna Campbell


From the Editor...

by Matt Paulson

Why the Nets Were Lowered

by Matt Paulson
photography by Adam Omernik

She Plays Ball Like a Girl

by Chrissy Zehrbach
photography by Jenna Campbell

Unlocking the Door

by Emily Low
photography by Veronica Garcia

Beyond the Nuclear Family

by Bailey Porter
photography by Gloria Diaz

Swimming Lessons From Grandma Louise

by Janelle Krug
photography by Beatriz Mendoza

Not Your Typical Hide and Seek

by Kenneth Todd Ruiz
photography by Adam Omernik

Crusading For Peace

by Bailey Porter
photography by Beatriz Mendoza

To Receive or Not to Receive a Diploma

by Erica Aguilar
photography by Reina Santa Cruz

The Daily Bulletin's S.O.S.

by Matt Paulson
photography by Jenna Campbell

Kicking Around the Truth About Nixon

by Jonathan Corral
photography by German Jimenez

La Verne's Backyard Fruit

by Janelle Krug
photography by Veronica Garcia


Will Paulson, former assistant coach for the beleaguered University of La Verne men’s volleyball team, participates in team scrimmages at the Club West Volleyball facility.

Photography by Adam Omernik


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