In honor of the victims affected by recent tragedies, junior business major Melanie Browdy lights candles during a vigil Monday near the Interfaith Chapel.
A small private airplane crashed onto the sidewalk of Fairplex Drive near Brackett Field Airport Thursday, and the pilot suffered minor injuries.
The La Verne Community Center transformed into a Roaring ‘20s party full of wine, live entertainment and old-fashioned dancing, at the biannual Senior Dinner Dance Extravaganza Sunday.
Professor of Humanities Al Clark discussed his upcoming book, “Collapse: Global Warming in Our San Gabriel Watershed,” which focuses on five centuries worth of global warming and its impact on the San Gabriel Valley, Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
The University of La Verne safety committee is bringing free community emergency response team training classes to ULV students and employees, city of La Verne employees and La Verne residents starting in April 2016.
The University changed 10 visitor parking spaces into residential spots in response to a petition from the Associated Students of the University of La Verne.
The Veterans Memorial stands tall and proud on the corner of Bonita and Wheeler avenues, just as veterans and active service members did Wednesday as community members applauded them for their courage at the City of La Verne’s Veterans Day ceremony.
Colorful canopies and white tables decorated Kim Salce’s front lawn as neighbors and community members bought and sold homemade trinkets at the Fall/Winter Neighborhood Boutique Saturday on Canyon View Drive in the small residential area of Foxglen La Verne.
Professor and Librarian Emeritus Marlin Heckman gives a detailed timeline of how Lordsburg Hotel transitioned to University of La Verne at “The Lordsburg Hotel: Its Rise and Demise,” a presentation sponsored by the La Verne Historical Society.
From convincing an audience that the candles they were given were made from humans to posing as corporate executives on live television, two men have gone to great lengths to prove sometimes, it takes a lie and a bit of humor to send a message.