What the modest English soccer team Leicester City accomplished Monday is unheard of, incomparable, and still unbelievable. It will go down in history as the greatest upset in the sporting world.
Beyoncé took the lemons that her husband Jay-Z handed her when he cheated and she made “Lemonade,” a 12-chapter, 56-minute visual album highlighting her husband’s alleged infidelity.
From the pungent aroma of Filipino pancit to the rich taste of French cannolis, a variety of ethnic cuisines excited the taste buds of those who attended the Campus Activities Board’s Art Around the World event April 28.
The softball team brought out the brooms Saturday to sweep a doubleheader from the Chapman Panthers and claim the 2016 SCIAC championship.
The President’s Dining Room was packed with around 50 faculty members and students Tuesday to support Carol Sawyer, professor of organizational leadership, as she presented her first and last lecture before retirement after 22 years at the University.
The atmosphere was heavy with elation and nostalgia Tuesday as I noticed the overwhelmingly large line formed on Glendale Boulevard as hundreds of music lovers waited to enter the Echoplex. This was no ordinary wait for Echo Park’s beloved music venue, as people were anticipating a monthly event – Emo Night L.A.
The rain did not stop hundreds of parents and children from gathering Saturday to promote learning in the home at the 11th annual family learning conference “Oceans of Learning.”
President Devorah Lieberman welcomes former President Steve Morgan to the podium, thanking him for his support of the University of La Verne College of Law.
Nine University of La Verne students and recent alumni were recognized in the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards competition Saturday for stories and photos produced for the Campus Times, La Verne Magazine and LVTV in 2015.
With bright ideas such as an app that will announce on-campus events and higher transparency of what ASULV is doing, newly elected Associated Students of La Verne President Alexis Coria, junior business administration major, and Vice President Alaia Azarcon, junior kinesiology major, aim to strengthen the University’s mission statement on community and diversity.