Associate Professor of Theater Arts Sean Dillon revealed his new musical “Fool’s Gold” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
A 20-year story that has been built with memories – the good and the bad – has finally come to an end. The last chapter of this story ended Wednesday on “Mamba Day” at Staples Center as Laker great Kobe Bryant waved goodbye to the sold out crowd and concluded with the words, “Mamba out.”
After receiving backlash on one of its character’s overtly sexualized in-game victory pose, video game developer Blizzard Entertainment promised to make changes by using an alternate pose that the company already designed.
Approximately 30 people hoping to better understand how to handle emergency situations attended the Community Emergency Response Team course April 7 in the President’s Dining Room.
After retiring as chief of police for the Riverside Community College District, Jim Miyashiro knew retirement was not for him and stepped back into the leadership role.
In a day and age where the president of the United States advocates for women athletes by saying that “playing like a girl means you’re a badass,” one would think it would be enough to at least slightly close the wage gap.
Carol Stephenson began with a short vocal warm-up where she motivated her musical theater class to seize every opportunity to sing, whether it is their dream performance or not.
The cheers echoed across campus as admitted students strutted down the green carpet at Spotlight Weekend, a celebration of success at the University of La Verne, Saturday.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams had several athletes hit personal bests in the 30th annual Pomona-Pitzer Invitational Saturday at Strehle Field in Claremont.
Alexis Moreno, a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at the University, led a series of trainings on dating abuse prevention recently on campus including one for a Black Student Union event last week.