There is so much fighting occurring in the United States. The biggest struggle is how to secure our borders and maintain a fair procedure of obtaining citizenship.
With challenges like employee training, resource management and developing a strong clientele, it looked difficult to survive in the restaurant business. One shot is all that it takes to have a family-owned restaurant survive or become another failed American Dream.
San Diego-based artist Ruslan Karaoglanov captivated students on Monday with his fun raps and charismatic stage presence.
Iota Delta’s weeklong events focused on abuse against women with their annual Clothesline project and a presentation by Project Sister.
Applause and laughter poured out of the Athletics Pavilion on Monday night as Order of Omega’s “A Shot of Reality” presentation educated and entertained students.
The weather held out and set for a perfect weekend for celebrating Irish culture at the Irish Fair at the Pomona Fairplex Saturday and Sunday.
Senior psychology major Katie Barrese takes to baking as her stress reliever.
Loud cheering and music filled the Athletes Pavilion as Phi Sigma Sigma hosted their annual Kicks for Kidneys fundraiser March 7.
The Japanese Culture Club hosted its first Cherry Blossom Festival at Sneaky Park to celebrate the coming of spring and bring Japanese tradition to the University of La Verne Tuesday.
Neither Davenport Dining Hall nor Barbara’s Place list nutritional facts about the meals offered, and many students feel their meal choice would be altered if those facts were posted.