From students who just wanted to see a great show to die-hard fans who painted Big Sean’s ad libs and catchphrases on their shirts, Thursday night had it all.
A new university survey is looking to gauge diversity and inclusivity among La Verne students and faculty.
The stage was set, the lights dimmed and the audience anticipated the musical performance “Paolo: The Awakening” at 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Morgan Auditorium.
Global democratic regimes were the topic of discussion in professor Juli Minoves-Triquell’s speech, “No End of History: Democracy, Latin America and the State of the World” on May 1.
Minutes before a race, senior track and field distance runner, Lenore Moreno puts her headphones in her ears. At that moment, all the outside noise is blocked out and she is locked in.
Kenneth Marcus, professor of history, discussed “Migration and Modernism in Los Angeles, 1900-1960” Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Adjunct professor and department associate Gloria Montebruno, a certified yoga instructor and Japanese professor, reminds her students something her first yoga teacher would say and resonates with her to this day, “It’s not about how flexible your body is, it’s about how flexible your mind is.”
Three ULV journalism students and four broadcast students were named Society of Professional Journalists finalists for their work in 2013, in SPJ’s Mark of Excellence Awards.
What would your life be without the Internet? Cracked.com writer Wayne Gladstone’s new novel imagines a world where the Internet is dead and the struggles people face.
The women’s tennis team ended its 2014 season strong, with a 16-5 record overall and an 8-3 record in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.