As if flying was not already stressful, annoying and complicated enough, the Transportation Security Administration’s new regulations set to take effect on April 25 add a whole new layer of worry.
The softball team pulled off back-to back wins against Stevens Institute 9-1 in game one and 19-0 in game two at Wheeler Park Sunday.
Dear Editor, Strike down parts of the 1965 Voting Rights Act? This idea, unfortunately, is not amazing to me. With the unbelievably racist bile spewed by some members of our political right over the past four years, it’s all too predictable. In the past two years 41 states have passed 180 laws to restrict voter […]
Kathleen Lamkin, professor of music, discussed her discoveries made during her sabbatical regarding the duplication of Austrian composer, Joseph Haydn’s music, in Central Europe during the 17th century on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
The University of La Verne has recently launched the Extended Learning program, which offers non-degree/non-credit courses and certificate programs to students.
Brian Zhang, junior business administration major, talks with Sheri Lilie, junior psychology major, about Reverie Outfitters’ products during the spring launch event Wednesday in Sneaky Park.
Genevieve Lee, professor of music at Pomona College, performed a solo recital program titled “Keyboard Kaleidoscope,” as part of Pianofest 2013.
Loud cheering and music filled the Athletes Pavilion as Phi Sigma Sigma hosted their annual Kicks for Kidneys fundraiser March 7.
The Japanese Culture Club hosted its first Cherry Blossom Festival at Sneaky Park to celebrate the coming of spring and bring Japanese tradition to the University of La Verne Tuesday.
Twenty-five years of playing together has not hindered the amazing performances of the classic rock cover band the Ravelers.