Squeals of excitement were louder than the exhibit that simulated dinosaur roars on Family Science Discovery Day at the Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology in Claremont.
Though the Blue Light project has been an overall success, Capital Planning had to remove the WEB tower in front of Dailey Theatre on Feb. 28 after receiving multiple complaints.
Nancy Walker, professor of education and Naomi Watkins, associate professor of education, speak on the value of secondary teaching methods in their faculty lecture Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
The University of La Verne plans to use what was formerly the site of the Education Management Building at the corner of D Street and Arrow Highway as a recreation space for students.
Hoping to bring home a second national championship, the debate team participated in two recent tournaments in San Diego and Hawaii.
The Planes of Fame Air Museum in Chino invited two World War II Air Force veterans to speak on Saturday March 1, each telling their own personal stories of the battles they fought in France, Russia and Japan.
Advocacy through education and specialized skill training is helping transform the diverse but struggling African country, Cameroon.
The city of La Verne has enacted voluntary water conservation restrictions after Gov. Jerry Brown made a statewide call for regulations at the beginning of the year.
Former State Sen. Jim Brutle, chairman of the California Republican Party, addresses the audience at a presentation hosted by the University of La Verne College Republicans Wednesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Sean Bernard, associate professor of creative writing, showcased his in-progress novel that interprets and alludes to Irish writer James Joyce’s “Ulysses,” at his faculty lecture Monday in the President’s Dining Room.