Writer: Jennifer Contreras

Where Have All the Brethren Gone?

When Lordsburg College opened its doors in 1891 and allowed students outside the Church of the Brethren to attend, things were bound to change. But no one 112 years ago would have imagined that it would come to a point when less than one percent of the student population would be affiliated with the Church.

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Keeping the Family Tradition

It is 6:30 p.m. on the first Monday of the month, which means it is time to call the monthly La Verne City Council meeting to order. The rookie councilman Steve Johnson slowly makes his way to his seat wearing a baby blue button up collared shirt, a maroon tie and khaki pants, which is unusual for this casual man.

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The College Doctor Who Kept ULV Healthy

The game is going strong on the football field, with its players giving everything that they have. Suddenly, a La Verne College player is down on the field. A doctor walks to the field with his black medical bag in one hand.

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Taking a Stand: Peace or War

Where one starts out in life and where one finishes are two life points that provoke deep thought and reflection. This article holds the stories of four people; two who are retiring from careers, and two who are just beginning their journeys.

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