Every Sunday at sunrise, dedicated vendors of the Claremont Farmers and Artisans Market set up their awnings and prepare for sale. Colorful goods ornament the avenue, as crates of freshly harvested produce and buckets of lush green plants are arranged for display.
Archive | October, 2009
Puddingstone Lake, located inside of Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park, offers fishing, jet skiing, boating and kayaking for people of all ages.
I am a firm believer of moderation. It balances an issue, either from extreme sides of an issue, or bringing light to a minority opinion that might otherwise be lost in a sea of majority opinion.
A few weeks ago the University of La Verne Rainbow Alliance reminded us all of the injustices gays and lesbians still face today. The alliance protested on the corner of D Street and Bonita Avenue, in regards to last year’s ban on gay marriage in California and the little progress that has been made since […]
Instead of laying on the beach in Cancun, Mexico, or sightseeing in Europe this summer, I completed an internship at a Conde Nast publication called Women’s Wear Daily, which was in the same building as Vogue and W magazine.
We all, at one point or another, have accessed the Internet through the University’s network. But what if that just isn’t good enough? What if we want to access an account through an outside wireless connection? The University has made it increasingly difficult to use outside sources.
Premature babies at the Los Angeles Children’s Hospital will sleep warmer this winter thanks to a group of University of La Verne fraternity and sorority members. The project “Mimis for Preemies” had the young men and women sewing blankets for premature babies at the children’s hospital.
Shedding light on a very complicated topic, Vanessa Preisler lectured about her research of quantum dots and spintronics on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
With newspapers across the country taking a slow plunge and in some areas disappearing altogether, a new form of journalism – “hyperlocal” Web based publications have begun to fill the void – even in La Verne.
The University of La Verne’s official Web site has been noticeably modified for the fall semester, receiving both positive and negative response to its new design and functionality. The Office of Information Technology, in charge of maintaining laverne.edu, altered the Web site design and also added new user-friendly features.