Megan Granquist, assistant professor of movement and sports science, talks about her hectic cross-country education, her obsession with sports psychology and how she enjoys to play sports, but is not very good at them.
Archive | December, 2010
The small University Chapel was filled with the sound of piano keys and the voices of students as they sang solos for an audience of about 20 people last month.
A dozen pairs of hands struck drums as eight youthful voices sang out sacred songs in a performance of Afro-Cuban music Monday night at Pomona College.
A residence hall is a place for students to congregate. With couches, rooms and a place to study, a dorm building should be the last place one would think about shopping.
The holiday season means one thing for people who travel on airplanes: long lines at the airport. Recently however, it has also meant a very invasive security checkpoint for those trying to get away on holiday.
Assistant Professor of Speech and Debate Ian Lising captivated his audience as he conducted a lecture titled “Championship Debating,” on Nov. 22 in the President Dining Room.
John Bartelt, professor of education and technology, revealed the missing link in education with his lecture, “In Search of the Missing Link Between Technology and Education, Five Key Learnings,” on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
The Corner Butcher Shop in La Verne does not feel like a traditional butcher shop. Besides the meat display there is a large and elegantly placed wine selection toward the back of the restaurant and near the entrance are three sets of wooden tables.
I obviously have chosen to attend the University of La Verne to receive a degree in journalism. I went into this knowing the industry is known to be dying.
On Nov. 19, the beginning of the end of many audience members’ childhood was released in film. “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1,” the final chapter of author J.K. Rowling’s wizarding empire, brought in more than $330 million in its first weekend.