Being a part of any organization on campus comes with the responsibility of making sure it is well represented, but Greek organizations go through this most of all.
The Campus Activities Board decided that the students on campus could use more video games in their lives. That’s why Kayla Hockman, sophomore public affairs major and CAB Films Chair, came up with the idea to have a video game truck come to campus last week.
The sweet fragrance of ripe oranges pierced through the air at Heritage Park, La Verne’s own citrus ranch, as local residents gathered for the annual orange picking on Saturday.
Due to the Freshman La Verne Experience program, freshmen said they were a little lost when it came to registering for classes this semester because they previously had an adviser do it for them.
Students left the Campus Center Ballroom in a daze after the mentalist performance Feb. 7, marking the conclusion of CAB’s Welcome Back Week.
The University of La Verne provided a bilingual Ash Wednesday service to about 40 students and faculty in the Chapel.
The University of La Verne hosted a club fair on Feb. 7 as a part of the welcome back week to kick off the spring semester.
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne hosted Justin Jones-Fosu who brought his interactive speaking skills to life through his inspirational lecture “Lead like an ACTion HERO.”
“Welcome back week” began with a laugh as crowds of students gathered in the Campus Center Ballroom to watch comedian Dillon Garcia.
Two-year-old La Verne resident Ty Ranells is helped by his mother, Christy Ranells, and La Verne Mayor Don Kendrick to turn on the lights on the City Hall Christmas tree on Monday night.