As I was scrolling through Twitter Sunday morning, past tweets about the NBA Finals and Jose Bautista and Rougned Odor’s brawl, I saw a tweet about KTLA.
A new University club calls for young women to love themselves for who they are, to change “girl culture,” and to challenge the way women are viewed – or objectified – by society.
Presidential campaigns are well under way, and even at a liberal arts college such as University of La Verne, students’ opinions of the candidates vary greatly.
Claremont residents and visitors had a chance to become agents of change and support fair trade, enjoying special offers during the Fair Trade Weekend from May 13 to 15 in the Claremont Village.
Schedule of events for spring 2106 commencement.
The Renaissance Pleasure Faire took a step back in time to when Queen Elizabeth I reigned over England with peasants and noble men walking around villages.
Associate Professor of Physics David Chappell and Physics Laboratory Manager B.J. Haddad set up two solar telescopes outside of Founders Hall Monday to observe the progress of Mercury passing over the sun.
he strawberry field on D Street across from Bonita High School is operated by Vargas Farms, a family-owned and operated enterprise.
Glowing with positivity, his upbeat personality and amusing sense of humor has the ability to attract people from all walks of life. Jon Sweat, senior adjunct instructor, also has three types of cancer: polycythemia, skin cancer and leukemia.
Senior public relations majors Myranda Garcia and Caitlin Pallotta took it upon themselves to promote the Music and Memories program of La Verne’s Hillcrest retirement community, raising awareness and donations for patients fighting Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.