Members of the University of La Verne community came together for a solemn vigil Feb. 12 to honor the victims of the Chapel Hill, North Carolina shootings.
Retired U.S. Army reserve colonel and former U.S. diplomat Ann Wright spoke at the second annual Frederick Douglass Human Rights Lecture Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium about whether human rights are for everyone.
Bird enthusiasts of all ages came equipped with binoculars and cameras, as they learned about natural bird history at the annual Family Bird Festival Saturday at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont.
The final installment of the panel series “Ferguson: A Call for Understanding and Action” examined the disenfranchisement of the black community, the demise of the social contract, police response and perception and a call to action relating to Ferguson incidents Tuesday at the College of Law.
Associated Students of the University of La Verne Senator Cameron Mendez stood, microphone in hand, asking students to approach an ASULV information booth Feb. 5 urging them to learn more about the 4.9 percent increase in tuition for the 2015-2016 school year.
After a parking study last summer, the city of La Verne reduced the legal limit for many of the timed parking spaces surrounding the ULV campus – to bolster downtown businesses.
The Fairplex Garden Railroad showcased their outdoor miniature railroad exhibition that covers different periods of Californian history from the 1850s through present day for an open house Sunday at the Fairplex in Pomona.
Visitors grabbed their picking poles and filled their mesh bags with various citrus fruits to celebrate La Verne’s history at the last day of the traditional orange picking event Saturday at Heritage Park in La Verne.
Folk music, poetry and a traditional ringing of bells filled Morgan Auditorium Jan. 31, during the memorial service for Dr. Dorena Wright, a professor of English with the University of La Verne for more than 25 years. Dr. Wright died in December at Pomona Valley Hospital. She was 76.
Issues of political polarization in the House of Representatives and the Senate and their influence over income inequality were discussed Monday in the President’s Dining Room at a faculty lecture held by Assistant Professor of Sociology Roy Kwon.