The Faculty Lecture Series featured Assistant Professor of Law Marc Roark, who spoke on “Property and Process of Sacred Space,” Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
As the year comes to a close many students are looking for a job to either start their post college career or to earn an income during the summer, but the current market is proving to be a battle.
Campus Activities Board hosted a campus-wide rummage sale on Saturday to raise money for the Dream Foundation and help residents sell their unwanted goods.
Roberto Morales, assistant professor of chemistry, discussed the research he and students have been working on in his lecture “Synthesis and Characterization of Metallic Nanoparticles for Catalytic Applications.”
The city of La Verne’s weekly Farmers Market on D Street has officially returned to Thursday evenings and has something to offer everyone.
The meltdown at the Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear Reactor in Fukushima, Japan has brought more devastation to a country already recovering from an earthquake and tsunami.
Bullying has moved out of the playground and onto the screen, causing cases of cyberbullying to increase in number and severity each year.
The recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan has served as a wake-up call for California residents wondering when and where the next “big one” might happen, and how best to prepare.
Before the blooming flowers of spring come the scents of fresh leather and pine tar as Major League baseball returns Thursday.
Sharon Davis, professor of sociology, has studied this group for years and shared her findings in “Get A Job: The Aspirational Dreams and Realities of Incarcerated Delinquent Males“ on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.