SPARK Leadership Conference offered two days of panels, workshops and group discussions to women students on campus last weekend.
Three best friends sigh hopelessly at a white canvas, each having their own opinion on it. The opinions turn into an argument – an argument that only leads to the conclusion of “You want to go eat?”
The department of art and art history welcomed curator Susanne Slavick as a part of the Visual Exchange: Lectures in Visual Culture program Wednesday to approximately 40 people.
Not many people know what a good cut of meat consists of. The perfect cut of beef has a pure red color and plenty of white marbling, that is the fat, which makes a steak cut like butter.
A dose of reality was handed out to the University of La Verne community Wednesday evening. David Bacon’s photography exhibit “Farm Workers” reception at the Irene Carlson Gallery exposed the difficult conditions faced by most immigrant farm workers.
As a citizen of the United States, one gives up certain rights to gain protection. However, in Arizona citizens are about to give full reign to law enforcement.
Campus Activities Board, Green Institute for Village Empowerment and the Society of Physical Life Science Scholars hosted a Commuter and Earth Day event in the Davenport Dining Hall and Sneaky Park last Thursday.
Saturday was a memorable day for the La Verne softball team, as it wrapped up the regular season with a two game sweep of the Occidental Tigers, 12-3 in game one and 4-2 in game two, earning a trip to the post-season tournament.
John Corvino known as “The Gay Moralist” was invited by the Rainbow Alliance club to give a lecture last night in the university’s Campus Center Ballroom A on the morality of homosexuality titled “Born or Made and What’s the Difference?”
Yvonne Smith expressed her experiences with an honors program centered on a theory of classic novel exploration in her lecture at noon on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Immigration is a current topic of debate in the United States due in part to the fear that immigrants negatively affect the economy and contribute to crime and terrorism.
Lecture usually equals very boring, but not for the “Networking Like a Pro” lecture that rocked Tuesday afternoon in the Campus Center Ballroom.