Shades of Essence and the Black Student Union teamed up to support Hispanic Heritage Month with a “Si Se Puede” themed event Wednesday in the University Quad.
Many people, from children to adults, spent their summer wandering in crowded parks, malls and beaches with their cell phone in hand and one goal in mind: to catch them all. However, the summer craze of Pokémon Go has not died out. Fans of the Pokémon franchise at the University of La Verne are still […]
For only four weekends out of the year, one of the largest festivals in the greater Los Angeles area makes the Santa Anita Race Track its home, bringing together Asian-inspired food, art, music and games for a unique experience.
As I woke up at the peak of sunrise, body aching from the day before, I still managed to get up rather perky because I knew Community Engagement Day was only a couple hours away.
This year’s safari-themed Club Fair took place Aug. 31 in Sneaky Park and the University Quad.
Wish you had a list of every college party going on this weekend? What about a way to set up meetings with friends who live across town? Or a way to keep tabs on the guy who sells corn out of a little cart? Like the commercial used to say, “there’s an app for that.”
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.