Students and faculty members gathered at a free screening of “Waking in Oak Creek” to encourage community building and remember those who were victims of hate crimes Nov. 20 in Morgan Auditorium.
This year the La Verne College of Law students who took the California Bar Exam for the first time had a pass rate of 73 percent, which is expected to be above the state average first time Bar passage rate for 2014.
In spirit of Thanksgiving, people of all ages came out to run in the San Dimas Turkey Trot 5k,10k and Kids Run Nov. 22 at Bonelli Park.
The building of a multi-leveled multi-million dollar parking structure was recently bumped to the top of the list for the Campus Master Plan.
With smartphone security dominating the week’s news in tech, personal security also comes into play.
The drought has forced Californians to conserve water, which has affected local businesses, especially the Coiner Nursery in La Verne, which is surviving by selling more succulents.
Local breweries are delivering big flavors to La Verne, San Dimas and Claremont residents, enticing community members to come back for more of their favorite ales.
Jack Meek, professor of public administration, discussed the issues of complex systems in cities and analyzed his recent research on the topic in the faculty lecture “Metropolitan Systems and Networks as Complex Adaptive Systems” Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
More than 10,000 people explored homemade crafts and enjoyed festivities as they celebrated the 100th anniversary of the Pilgrim Place senior community Friday and Saturday at the 66th annual Pilgrim Place Festival in Claremont.
University of La Verne faculty, staff and students discussed police reformation, civilians’ right to protest and effectiveness of voting during the panel “Community Justice: Community-Based Alternatives to Traditional Law Enforcement,” Tuesday in the Chapel.