The women’s basketball team defeated La Sierra 73-71 in overtime Saturday at Frantz Athletic Court.
Three pianists and five vocalists came together to showcase the hard work and effort that they put into perfecting their selected pieces throughout the semester in a concert Nov. 22 in Morgan Auditorium.
After several reflective pieces, the audience came to life and snapped along as The Cat, the Hag, and the Longstreet played what they jokingly referred to as the Mediterranean “Pink Panther” theme song at their concert Nov. 30.
A silver star shone brightly in the sky as the Christmas tree outside city hall was lit, kicking off the holiday season for the La Verne community with the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony along with a visit from a very special guest.
Not many bands have tasted the sweet subtle taste of success like Michigan punk rockers The Swellers. The foursome kicked off its first night, Feb 15, at the House of Blues in Anaheim opening for Motion City Soundtrack.
Associate Professor of Political Science Jason Neidleman has recently started a new faculty reading group to try and create more academic dialogue among professors. I caught up with him to discuss the group’s purpose as well as his take on the health care debate and what’s playing on his iPod.
Helen Pashgian, light and space movement artist and Pomona College alumna, is showcasing her latest exhibit, “Working in Light” at the Pomona College Museum of Art through April 11.
Six months after the University of La Verne’s Campus Center opened its doors, opinions remain mixed about whether it has lived up to its expectations.
Emotions ran high on Saturday as the women’s basketball team beat the Caltech Beavers, 73-37, on a night where both teams honored their senior players.
With the economy unstable as it is, Americans are being extra-cautious with every dollar. And yet for many college students, their dollars, whether earned or borrowed, are headed towards one place: graduate school.
C-SPAN isn’t usually synonymous with laugh out loud comedy, despite what Jon Stewart is able to do with it, but the annual Conservative Political Action Conference might have made a run at next year’s Emmy for Best Old Comedy.
There is a fresh rhythm on campus, and it is coming from the new Ritmos Latinos Salsa Club.
The audience of 75 was in awe as Yih-Mei Hu performed three pieces for piano as part of the Friday Noon Concert Series, presented by the Departments of Music at Pomona and Scripps Colleges.
The taboo of small, inconvenient and unknown local banks and credit unions will soon disappear with the rising trend of many Americans moving their savings out of large “Too Big to Fail” banks and into smaller community banks.