Gary Colby shares story of photography

As a professor of photography, Gary Colby has channeled his passion for photography into the department as the enrollment jumps beyond what was originally expected.

Michael Ryan concert showcases Spanish music, dance

Michael Ryan and Friends enchanted the audience in the packed Morgan Auditorium on Saturday with the concert “Gypsy Passion.” It was full of great Spanish music and flamenco dancers making the experience exhilarating.


Give diversity groups a chance

The focus once you attend La Verne seems to shift in an odd way. Instead of the integral involvement of diversity groups on the campus, all you hear about is the Greek system. If it were not for the occasional flier or the students devoted to their cause, many diversity programs would go unnoticed to the student body.

Sharon Davis reveals goals of delinquents

Sharon Davis, professor of sociology, has studied this group for years and shared her findings in “Get A Job: The Aspirational Dreams and Realities of Incarcerated Delin­quent Males“ on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.


Idaho uses power play to rout Reign

The Idaho Steelheads took advantage of a poor finish to the first period on the part of the Ontario Reign and went on to claim a 6-3 victory in front of a crowd of more than 6,000 on Wednesday at the Citizens Business Bank Arena.

The University of La Verne Career Services sponsored the “Sanitize Your Facebook” workshop.


“Worker” is a performance-based presentation that includes emerging artists James Gilbert and Jennifer Vanderpool’s sculptural elements, video and audio, creating an effective visual and aural experience throughout Jan. 27 until March 25 at the Lenzner Family Art Gallery at Pitzer College in Claremont.

Letters to the editor for the week of March 11, 2011.


<i>Restaurant Review</i>: Lucky Elephant offers tasty Thai food

Out of all the restaurants I have been to, I had yet to eat at one with such an elaborate design scheme as Lucky Elephant Thai Cuisine.

With the help of bolts, screws, felt and a regular drinking glass, the “East Meets West” performance at the Little Bridges Hall in Claremont entertained with traditional Chinese music and a twist of historical poetry.


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