Ten University of La Verne student tutors from the Academic Success Center presented their research at the 12th Southern California Writing Centers Association Tutor Conference Saturday at Westmont College in Santa Barbara.
The No. 23 La Verne women’s tennis team fell in a match to the Christopher Newport Captains, 7-2, Sunday at the Claremont Club.
It started as a garage project and grew into a 12,000 square foot building on 2896 Metropolitan Place. This is the story of Old Stump Brewing Co., a family-owned and family-run business in Pomona.
Women in the music industry often are not taken seriously, and they are frequently objectified by the media and their male counterparts.
Sounds of harmonic melodies and laughter filled Warehouse Pizza Monday as the University of La Verne A Cappella Barbershop Club hosted a tag night event.
The theater department’s production of “Three Sisters,” by Anton Chekhov, is an adaptation of a 20th century Russian classic that began its run Tuesday.
Yvonne Smith, professor of management, explored how entrepreneurs create change in society at her lecture “What a 12th Century Nun Has to Say to 21st Century Entrepreneurs” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Upland resident Eric Carlson enjoys a drink with his friend Stuart Wright, who is visiting from Cincinnati, at Top of the Notch restaurant at Mt. Baldy.
Two grand slams by senior third baseman Mackenzie Dutton powered the Leopards to a doubleheader split with the Redlands Bulldogs Monday at Campus West.
The University of La Verne’s chapter of the non-profit Toastmasters, which aims to improve students’ public speaking and leadership skills, has made a comeback on campus.