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For some college students, fashion is as important as taking tests, attending class and getting good grades. A recent survey on campus found that many students, both male and female, shop at Forever 21 for clothes and accessories.
Amnesty International is a global movement of more than 3 million people who advocate ending the abuse and unfair human rights that occur around the world. The University of La Verne’s new Amnesty club hopes to spread its knowledge across the ULV campus.
University of La Verne alumni are giving back to students by starting a new program called Latino Alumni Mentors and Professionals.
When it comes to first dates, students tend to get stumped on what to wear. Dress to impress or be casual and comfortable? University of La Verne students share their dos and don’ts of first date fashion.
Saturday, the women of the Iota Delta Sorority filled a portion of Las Flores Park in a sea of neon colors by hosting a 1980s themed volleyball fundraiser.
During his afternoon biology lab Sept. 20, freshman Daniel Miller climbs an olive tree in the Quad to get an untouched branch sample to observe.
Tuesday night marked the end of a two-week battle for the Campus Activities Board’s intramural basketball tournament.
International students are an important and ever-growing part of the La Verne community. Yet as these students leave home and enter this new environment, there are things they must get used to here.
With the glut of new students on campus this fall, the small University’s challenging parking situation has become even more challenging.
Renew, a new Christian club, is ready to spread the “good word” to the University of La Verne.