They blocked, passed and took several shots at the goal, but it was not enough for the women’s soccer team, losing to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps 4-2 Wednesday at Ortmayer Stadium.
The political mood spreading across the nation has motivated six students from the University of La Verne to reorganize a fresh political club, the Democratic Alliance.
After a successful baseball season for the University of La Verne, senior outfielder Jacob Ludvik thinks of one response while packing his bags and traveling to Oregon for the NCAA Tournament: We did it.
After embarrassment, torture and manipulation from governments that have ruled for decades, citizens across the Middle East had one response to this oppression: enough. This sentiment was echoed by the Muslim Student Association in a panel on May 3 in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Gabriela De La Cruz, Lanae Hernandez and other students in the master of public administration program had one reaction after watching “The Future for Food”: disbelief.
Damien High School’s first Food Truck Festival turned the school’s parking lot into a food utopia inhabited by 20 of Southern California’s most well-known food trucks on Sunday.
While I was hoping for a complete reversal of the disastrous Bush administration, the summary of the Obama administration is simple: America, change takes time.
The U.S. thought it was dead, but Professor of Biology and Biochemistry Jay Jones assured 15 people that the electric car is back with a vengeance, Friday in La Fetra Auditorium.
Three professors from the College of Education and Organizational Leadership who recently spent time in Vietnam, presented the results of their research on “Women in Leadership in Vietnam” Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
The Spring Egg Hunt started the San Dimas Family Festival with a bang as families gathered at San Dimas Civic Center Park to celebrate the occasion Saturday.