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.
Upland resident Eric Carlson enjoys a drink with his friend Stuart Wright, who is visiting from Cincinnati, at Top of the Notch restaurant at Mt. Baldy.
The University of La Verne’s chapter of the non-profit Toastmasters, which aims to improve students’ public speaking and leadership skills, has made a comeback on campus.
There is an opportunity for leaders on campus to take their love for La Verne to the next level. Orientation Week Leader applications are out and the Office of Student Life is looking for new leaders to help welcome the incoming freshman class to the University.
Relaxing vibes from authentic musicians and tasty food meshed with good company for a day of Jamaican cultural appreciation Wednesday in Sneaky Park.
Dating in college can be an absolute disaster for some, and the Comic Dating Coaches brought out exactly how much of a joke it can be. The Campus Activities Board hosted Coaches Dave Ahdoot and Ethan Fixell, Feb. 11 in the Campus Center.
Just down the street from the University of La Verne, there is a grove of orange trees where visitors can pick and bag their own fresh fruit.
Senior business major Jan Pfennings proposes to his girlfriend, University of La Verne alumna Elizabeth Iaquinto, with a ring pop, Feb. 12 in the Johnson Family Plaza.
Slam poet Ebony Stewart talked about her experiences with teaching elementary school students about relationships, feminism, woman empowerment, heartbreak, and sex in a spoken word performance Monday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Playing video games may be a solo activity for some, but according to the members of the La Verne Gamers Guild, competing with each other creates community.