Big smiles and loose curls are some characteristics that are immediately noticed when sitting in the same room as Judy Holiday, 51, assistant professor of writing.
Student performers bared their hearts to an audience of more than 50 students at the “Tribute to Hip-Hop” open mic event in Dailey Theatre on Nov. 29.
With the West Campus project moving forward, the softball and baseball teams will finally have their own fields to call home.
Ivan Capillas, composer of music for films and visual media, traveled from Spain to Hollywood and finally to the University of La Verne to talk about his work on Nov. 19 in the Campus Center.
It is 3 a.m. and the room is dark. My dog begins to bark. I open my eyes and stare at a dark figure standing by my feet. I try to shout but nothing comes out and when I try to move, I am frozen. My heartbeat accelerates and all I can think about is getting up but since I can’t, I just lay there hoping it will all soon fade away.
When you have to go, you have to go, especially in a place called Urinetown.
With Halloween just around the corner, University of La Verne students are not discouraged by their age and have shared their plans and costume ideas for this holiday.
Lanney Mayer, associate professor of education, presented “Integrating Faith with Learning in a Postmodern Age” to a group of about 20 faculty members and students as part of the faculty lecture series Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
For some college students, fashion is as important as taking tests, attending class and getting good grades. A recent survey on campus found that many students, both male and female, shop at Forever 21 for clothes and accessories.
Photojournalist Joseph Rodriguez spoke Tuesday in the Morgan Auditorium about photographs he took for “East Side Stories,” a book about gang life in Los Angeles.