A silver star shone brightly in the sky as the Christmas tree outside city hall was lit, kicking off the holiday season for the La Verne community with the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony along with a visit from a very special guest.
Most of the time I have faith in humanity, but then I stumble upon websites like returnofkings.com. Return of Kings is a site dedicated to renewing masculinity as defined by the pseudonym contributors, all who “believe men should be masculine and women should be feminine.”
A plot that used to only have rotting playground equipment now provides thousands of pounds of fresh produce annually through the La Verne Church of the Brethren’s Peace and Carrots community garden project.
Mayor Don Kendrick and President Devorah Lieberman were two special guests that appeared on LVTV’s annual “Halloween Spooktacular” last Thursday in Mainiero Square.
Students want another on campus eatery, and 10 out of 16 students asked in an informal survey think that the University community would benefit from a deli-style sandwich shop.
Sexual health is very important to students on campus, and 15 out of 16 students questioned in an informal survey feel as though the health center could do more to educate students about sexually transmitted disease protection and prevention.
The Campus Activities Board presented Witch Will You Wear Oct. 17 in Sneaky Park where students were able to decorate Halloween costume pieces and room decorations to get into the holiday spirit.
A week of Homecoming events culminated Saturday’s street fair, bringing together undergraduates, alumni and their families for a circus-themed event brought together by the Campus Activities Board.
Members of the La Verne community gathered together on D Street Saturday as the local police and fire departments welcomed people to their stations for an open house.
Walking in a straight line, with instruments in hand, the University of La Verne band made its way toward the stands Saturday just before the start of the football game.