Playing video games may be a solo activity for some, but according to the members of the La Verne Gamers Guild, competing with each other creates community.
Chinese New Year came wrapped up in red, for good luck, at University of La Verne’s celebration in Sneaky Park Monday.
The Campus Activities Board hosted a Holiday Extravaganza as its final event of the semester Dec. 3 in the Bonita Building on Bonita Avenue.
Improvising lyrics on the spot, junior psychology major James Trejo III performed freestyle rap at this year’s Phi Sigma Sigma talent show Dec. 2 on the third floor of the Campus Center.
Winter is coming to the students at the University La Verne, and this season some of the best moments will be bonding with family and friends over holiday traditions.
While waiting for the Las Posadas event to start, Dean of Student Affairs Loretta Rahmani stops by each table to introduce herself Friday at the Campus Center Ballroom.
During Thanksgiving many students go home to be with their families and take a break from school. Unfortunately some live too far away or do not have the means to get there.
When it comes to careers and striving to get a job, the University of La Verne’s Career Services Drive-Thru helps students improve their resume, or cover letter or prepare for interviews all in under 20 minutes.
Jamie Ritchey, community capacity organizer at the Tri-City Mental Health Services in Pomona, shares the types of mental illnesses and asks the audience, “Why should our mental health be treated any differently from our physical health,” Tuesday in LaFetra Lecture Hall.
Every Friday night, the Students Engaged in Environmental Discussion club shows a movie meant to inform students, faculty and staff on topics that affect the planet and spark conversation.