In light of the current debates around immigration and Islamphobia, the University of La Verne community aimed to acknowledge and reflect on the similar trends of discrimination experienced by different minority groups in a discussion panel “Different Faces, Same Fears” Feb. 19 in La Fetra Hall.
The women’s basketball team lost the last game of the season after a tough second half against the Redlands Bulldogs, 61-48, on senior night Tuesday at Frantz Athletic Court.
There is never a typical day in the office for Soheila Azizi as she deals with other people’s lives every day.
A touch of energetic Afro-Cuban folkloric music captivated the Morgan Auditorium audience at the SitaraSon concert Sunday.
On Aug. 1, 1966, an engineering student at the University of Texas at Austin went up to the observation deck on campus and went on a 96-minute shooting rampage, killing 17 people and wounding 31. This was the deadliest shooting rampage on a college campus in the United States until the Virginia Tech massacre in […]
Several University of La Verne departments have taken needed steps to give students extended access to campus amenities, such as hot food, ticket purchases and mail pickup.
Disheartening images of drought-ridden California land, the 2011 Egyptian revolution and the 2008 Russo-Georgia War shocked the approximately 35 people in attendance for Los Angeles Times photographer Michael Robinson Chávez’s lecture Feb. 18 in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Artist-in-residence Jessica Wimbley featured photographic paintings that incorporate both digital and traditional art techniques at her exhibition “Recent Works: Selections from the Belle Jet Series” Tuesday in the West Gallery in the Campus Center.
At some point in the night, the crowd’s pushing became almost unbearable and the rowdy crowd surfers offered no relief.
Relaxing vibes from authentic musicians and tasty food meshed with good company for a day of Jamaican cultural appreciation Wednesday in Sneaky Park.