Being the youngest member of a research group might intimidate some people, but for Katie Rosenthal, junior chemistry major, this minor detail only motivated her to keep working toward her personal goal as a scientist.
Stressed out students and staff may have a meditative remedy: “The Quiet Spot.” The twice-weekly mediations will take place from 12:05 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Tuesdays, and from 7:30 a.m. to 7:55 a.m. Thursdays in the Interfaith Chapel.
Phi Delta Theta members Wesly Tan, Albert Khalbourji, Thomas Richetts, Nick Vasquez, Paul Clark, Benjamin Deuson and Daniel Gonzalez work at the fraternity’s booth during Rush Week.
For Jezabel Chavez, bows are not just an accessory – they are business. Chavez began her business, Jezabow, her senior year at Romona Convent Secondary School.
University of La Verne students competed against each other for cash prizes to see who had the fastest thumbs and best trivia knowledge at —Texting Wars – A Night of Comedy” in the Campus Center Ballroom on Thursday night.
The sun was beating down unforgivingly on Jahi Gains, senior psychology major, and ice cold watermelon juice dribbled down his chin but that did not stop him from victory Sept. 9 at the Campus Activity Board’s Eat Feat: Watermelon Edition.
Kristine Butterly, adjunct professor of speech communication, graduated from La Verne in 2010 and is back four years later to follow her passion for education. At the age of 25, Butterly uses her age to relate to students.
The La Verne community supported Sigma Kappa sorority’s third annual kickball tournament at 10 a.m. on Sept. 6. at Campus West.
Humanities Al Clark is not teaching, he is either researching for his book, interviewing for an oral history project or inspiring others to donate blood. Clark first entered the University to teach in 1976 and then became a full-time administrator in 1978, holding the position of associate vice president for academic affairs until Sept. 1.
A study done by professors at the University of Southern California revealed that electronic cigarette, or e-cigarettes, reduce the exposure of particular particles by tenfold in comparison to regular cigarettes.