From the pungent aroma of Filipino pancit to the rich taste of French cannolis, a variety of ethnic cuisines excited the taste buds of those who attended the Campus Activities Board’s Art Around the World event April 28.
The rain did not stop hundreds of parents and children from gathering Saturday to promote learning in the home at the 11th annual family learning conference “Oceans of Learning.”
Inglewood residents Elaine Levy Jones and grandson Isaiah Bell enjoy a bowl of Hawaiian shaved ice at their first Upland Lemon Festival event Sunday.
As she finished her workout with squats, pull, clean and jerk, and snatch, Hailey McCann sat on the floor, deciding if she wanted to go to In-N-Out for a burger with animal fries or to Little Caeser’s for a deep dish pizza.
In mid 2015, you could not go anywhere without seeing someone on a weird little gadget without handlebars whooshing around town — and now, just like every high-tech trend that quickly rises in popularity, they were soon stuffed away in closets and garages.
Students gathered behind Miller Hall on a cold and windy night to enjoy a “Journey Through Polynesia” Wednesday evening.
A New York University study last year found that 70 percent of college students are stressed because of finances. Another study, this one from the Cooperative Institutional Research Program at UCLA, found that college freshmen are reporting the lowest levels of emotional well-being since the study started in 1985.
University of La Verne students gathered to raise awareness about sexual violence for Denim Day Thursday.
Jessica Faber and Rachel Stewart took first place in Alpha Omicron Pi’s first couples pageant Wednesday night in Morgan Auditorium.
The It’s on Us campaign, hosted by Alyssa Navarro for her public relations senior project, brought awareness about sexual assault to the University of La Verne Monday in the Campus Center ballroom.