A new assistant professor of anthropology at the University of La Verne, Godde cut her teeth in forensics working at the University of Knoxville’s Decomposition Facility, an operation commonly referred to as a “body farm.”
With 69 recognized clubs and organizations on campus, collaboration is key for clubs and student government. When so many different groups wish to organize activities, it is ASULV’s job to ensure the funds are going to the right place.
Youth and talent make for a particularly volatile combination in the music industry, as critics and fans can trace an artist’s musical development, and by extension personal maturation, from the point of discovery to that first Grammy and beyond.
With the summer there came a noticeable lull in noteworthy music releases, forcing critics to dig deep for something to talk about. In hindsight, the summer lull was an indicator of big things to come in the world of music. That thing was the month of September.
With more than 600 books already collected, La Verne’s College Republicans club looks to increase literacy in inmates nationwide through a book drive.
Kathleen Hanna’s latest project, The Julie Ruin, glimmers from each stylistic phase of her two-decade career.
As California increases its waste diversion quota, La Verne’s business and residential community are emphasizing recycling.
A longtime fixture in La Verne’s public service sector, City Councilman Robert Rodriguez died July 6 from respiratory failure. He was 83 and in the middle of his eighth term on the council.