With tuition, rent, gas prices and textbook prices at an all-time high, saving money can be very helpful for a college student.
The increasing childhood obesity epidemic was the impetus for communications major Cheryl Regan’s senior project.
The swanky new dorm scheduled to open in fall 2012 will not be made of newfangled super-sustainable materials.
Emily Carrillo not only succeeds on the basketball court but off as well. Juggling a teaching credential program, a job at 24 Hour Fitness, and leading her team – she does everything to her fullest potential.
The Frontier Project held its second annual Earth Day celebration last Saturday in Rancho Cucamonga to help educate the community on becoming environmentally sustainable.
For most art venues the paintings are what draw in the people, but for the Loft Beats Art Shows the sound of DJs and local musicians enhances the art experience.
While most University of La Verne students were dealing with the cold weather of January during winter break, biology professors Jeff Burkhart and Jay Jones, along with 15 students enjoyed the hot sun and adventured for two weeks to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands to see the nature of life firsthand.
Although Carol Stephenson has hectic days, which include teaching classes and private lessons at both Mt. SAC and the University of La Verne, she is still able to perform in the musical “Quilters” at the Center Theatre in Whittier.
Cornel West, best selling author, national radio host and educator spoke of “Hope on a Tightrope,” in the newly renovated Ann and Steve Morgan Auditorium last Friday.
On the first day of the spring semester students arrived on campus to find the University under construction at the corner of D and Second streets.