Ghostly, dramatic images haunted the Carlson Gallery at the reception for photographer Traer Scott’s exhibit “Natural History” on Feb. 20.
Marisol Morales, the new director of civic and community engagement, who started in the fall semester, hopes to turn her new office into an endowed department in the future.
Jon Leaver, associate professor of art history, presented his faculty lecture titled “Urban Sublime: Visualizing the Immensity of L.A.” in the President’s Dining Room Monday.
Women students at La Verne now have their very own online magazine geared toward addressing their issues, struggles and interests.
Spring is upon us and that means it is time to put away your sweaters and revamp your wardrobe for the new season.
A lunch of sandwiches and cheesecake accompanied Faculty Book Day last week in the Wilson Library, an event to acknowledge faculty members who have published books or contributed to journals within the last year.
Face cleansers, body lotions, and masks are just some of the things that help us feel renewed, fresh and beautiful. Trying to find that perfect product can be difficult at times.
The men’s track and field team placed third in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship meet as it concluded the two-day long event in Claremont, hosted by Pomona-Pitzer.
Daniel Loera is on a mission to create an environment of diversity and acceptance on the University of La Verne campus.
Hey Washington, now is your time. No longer do you have to be handcuffed by the players on Wall Street and their big bonuses, high-risk lending and investing or deceptive packages sold to millions of people.
Senior students were drawn to the Hanawalt House on Monday with an invitation for a free In-N-Out meal.
A new club on campus, Shades of Essence, is designed for female African American students at the University of La Verne.
The Claremont Colleges came together in a joint music program Saturday to bid farewell to acclaimed conductor Michael Lamkin at the Garrison Theater.
If you are looking for a book that offers sane advice on rational questions, “You’re a Horrible Person, But I Like You” is not the one to choose.