Wednesday’s performance of the West African Drum Ensemble was a celebration of rhythm, culture and African dance.
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Two groups of La Verne broadcasting students were honored with first and third-place wins by the Broadcast Education Association last month in Las Vegas.
The golf team has had quite a successful season after winning the 2012 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference golf championship for the sixth consecutive year.
A new Japanese language minor will be offered starting in fall 2012 at the University of La Verne.
With Rio’s carnival, Costa Rica’s beaches and the beauty of the Mayan ruins in Belize, the tourist attraction in Central America is diverse with history, but the cause goes deeper for John Leggett or Fabian Barreto who will embark on a week-long trip to Honduras.
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association awarded the Campus Times online publication for its excellence in content and design with a Gold Crown Award last month in the association’s annual contest.
An array of dusty browns, subtle greens and a soft earthy scent fills the air in Roots Hair Salon, a one-of-a-kind salon that opened in January in the heart of Old Town La Verne.
The Pomona Art Walk is diverse in its artistic fervor and sparkles the city with originality and inspiration.
The vagina is beautiful – it is dressed with brightly colored clothes and Harry Winston diamonds while moaning, “take me.” It is not solely a woman’s body part; beyond its prescribed reputation it is her identity, her soul and her demeanor. At least that is what Saturday night’s “Vagina Monologues” displayed.
A twisted plot line and a smidgeon of humor are just some of the reasons why senior theater arts major Daniel Bride chose “The Pillowman” for his directing thesis.