On the evening of Oct. 27, 1938 the Grynszpan family along with 12,000 other Polish Jews were herded like cattle onto train cars headed for the Polish-German border.
Dressed in traditional pilgrim duds, the residents of Pilgrim Place hosted their 68th annual festival last Friday and Saturday.
Bill Neill, University of La Verne alumnus and former professor of communications, died of pancreatic cancer Saturday at the age of 82.
Faculty and staff gathered together to discuss the cultural shock international students face when trying to adapt to American culture Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
The University of La Verne partnered with the city of La Verne and the La Verne Veterans of Foreign Wars organization to recognize servicemen and servicewomen for Veterans Day Friday at Veterans Hall on Bonita Avenue.
Mass shootings are no laughing matter especially when they happen close to home.
Students watched anxiously as the election results unfolded and ended with a shocking win by Donald Trump during the Election Watch Party hosted by the College Democrats and Republicans clubs Tuesday night in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Capt. Todd Hartounian and engineer Leo Kilman from the La Verne Fire Department work with their team and volunteers from the La Verne community to handle and treat dummy victims of a simulated bomb blast during the first set of Disaster Management trainings Nov. 3 in Sneaky Park.
Assistant Professor of Finance Yan Hu shared her research lecture “Will Borrowers Be Penalized After a Drawdown?” to a group of roughly 20 students and faculty Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Three La Verne Model United Nations members received awards for their performance at the TrojanMUN conference Oct. 27-30 in Downtown Los Angeles.