The University’s second Celebration of Teaching was held Nov. 29 in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Classical sonatas and German music captivated an audience Sunday in Morgan Auditorium for the concert titled “Songs of Remembrance.”
Big smiles and loose curls are some characteristics that are immediately noticed when sitting in the same room as Judy Holiday, 51, assistant professor of writing.
After a six-year volleyball career, senior setter Kendall Kraiss is graduating and saying goodbye to the competitive sport she fell in love with in high school.
Even with the stadium roaring — fans chanting, “I believe that we will win” — it was not enough momentum for the men’s basketball team to overcome Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, losing 73-67 Wednesday at Frantz Athletic Court.
Student performers bared their hearts to an audience of more than 50 students at the “Tribute to Hip-Hop” open mic event in Dailey Theatre on Nov. 29.
Editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff.
Two-year-old La Verne resident Ty Ranells is helped by his mother, Christy Ranells, and La Verne Mayor Don Kendrick to turn on the lights on the City Hall Christmas tree on Monday night.
Leadership, ambition, and charisma are three ways to describe junior education major Matthew Biggers, who has owned the football field in 2012.
In the digital age, lawmakers struggle to retain our right to speak freely, but they now find themselves caught in an even more difficult spot: How to address the dilemma of cyber bullying.