Not everyone understands the rewards of reading, but students at La Verne were able to appreciate the value and fun that a good book can offer during the Campus Activities Board’s Fictional Adventure event.
Bodies swayed on red picnic blankets to a live performance by musician Raquel Cole Wednesday in Fasnacht Court at the StarLit Picnic event put on by the Campus Activities Board.
Second Street was shut down for vendors, food trucks and patrons Saturday for the fourth annual Claremont Pie festival in the middle of the Claremont Village.
While subtle music played in the background and the sun beamed with warmth, students learned information about the upcoming 2016-17 school year elections as they enjoyed garlic noodles, pineapple chicken, sushi, and cheesecake.
University of La Verne students dressed up in suits and dresses for the 2016 Winter Formal celebrated at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia March 4. Around 80 students attended the Kentucky Derby themed dance, named “Get Lucky in Kentucky.”
Spring break, a time when students begin to itch for summer, has finally arrived to La Verne. For one short week, students are free from the stress of meeting deadlines and can escape the quiet city of La Verne in exchange for a miniature vacation filled with adventures.
Peach blossoms are not only known for their sweet smell and beauty, but they also play a key role in celebrating Hina Matsuri, a day dedicated to the happiness and healthy growth of girls.
Campus events for the week of March 11, 2016.
While it may not have the same coverage that the Ebola virus had last year, Zika has the potential to become exponentially more serious than it is now.
It started as a garage project and grew into a 12,000 square foot building on 2896 Metropolitan Place. This is the story of Old Stump Brewing Co., a family-owned and family-run business in Pomona.