The Student Philanthropy Fellowship and University Advancement filled the Campus Center with carnival activities, popcorn and Sprinkles Cupcakes for the Spotted Pig Collection Carnival on May 3.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams competed at Saturday’s Occidental Invitational in hopes of improving their personal records weeks before heading to the NCAA Division III Championships.
University of La Verne students gathered at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Fox Theatre in Pomona to celebrate the third annual Lavernapolooza concert with opener Kendrick Lamar and headliner J.Cole.
Almost 80 days from now, the London Olympics 2012 opening ceremony will begin for viewers around the world. These Games are monumental and receive extreme viewership, bringing all countries together for such a rare moment. However, this year the officials of the Games are cracking down on those that use the lingo of the Games […]
Two groups of La Verne broadcasting students were honored with first and third-place wins by the Broadcast Education Association last month in Las Vegas.
The Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education in England has added paganism as another faith to be taught in Cornish schools. The syllabus states that pagan faiths will be taught alongside Christianity, Judaism and Islam to honor Cornwall’s rich and diverse heritage.
University of La Verne music students showcased their vocal talents to friends and family in a recital that included songs from “Rent” and the Beatles May 4 at Morgan Auditorium.
Director Joss Whedon had a lot of expectation thrust upon his shoulders with the high standards of audience members. Lucky for Marvel fans and executives alike the movie did not disappoint, with a record breaking $200.3 million made in the box office opening weekend in America, and a whopping $441.5 million overseas.
The Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony was hosted by Associate Dean of Student Affairs Ruby Montano-Cordova with a cheer. The ceremony recognize faculty for time served, promotion and tenure, and recognized academic research.
Republicans in the Senate blocked the Democrats’ bill Tuesday that would prevent the interest rates of the Stafford Loan from doubling July 1. The interest rate that is currently 3.4 percent would double to 6.8 percent, a price that only adds to the thicket of debt students are fighting.