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The San Dimas Western Days Rodeo brought families together for a fun-filled weekend on Oct. 6 and 7.
As the 23rd annual Heritage Park Pumpkin Patch opens, parents and children gather in anticipation. With free admission into the park and pumpkins of any shape and size, it is no wonder why it is such a big attraction for La Verne residents.
Many college students have sex without expectations of a relationship, they call it “hooking up.”
Bonita High School needed an ingenious plan to raise money for some programs and after a quick brainstorm, the answer was so simple that they could smell it: call in the food trucks.
A “Panda”monium hit the University of La Verne this week as the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority held its Panda Drive fundraiser.
Daniela Tirado and Kathryne Simonelli stand on Foothill Boulevard outside Carl’s Jr. to advertise the University of La Verne band’s car wash on Sunday.
Sigma Kappa’s RESPECT Movement Rock Painting took place on Sept. 24 from 11 a.m. to noon, as a stand against hazing in fraternities and sororities.
To celebrate the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, the Hillel Jewish culture club held an event in Sneaky Park on Wednesday.
Wednesday afternoon marked the start of Phi Sigma Sigma’s annual Rock-A-Thon in the University Mall.
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.