After demonstrating strong character and activism over the past year, faculty and students from the University of La Verne, as well as community members, were honored at the third annual Spirit of La Verne Recognition Ceremony, Tuesday at the La Verne Church of the Brethren. Award recipients shared inspirational words of advocacy.
Jessica Faber and Rachel Stewart took first place in Alpha Omicron Pi’s first couples pageant Wednesday night in Morgan Auditorium.
Jon Sweat, senior adjunct instructor, discussed the importance of love and respect as he revealed that he has three types of cancer: polycythemia, skin cancer and leukemia.
Ngoc Bui, associate professor of psychology, proposed that fans of celebrities in the modern era have such affinity to whoever they idolize that it obscures their social judgment.
The women’s water polo team wrapped up its best season in program’s history by finishing in second place in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championship Tournament.
The It’s on Us campaign, hosted by Alyssa Navarro for her public relations senior project, brought awareness about sexual assault to the University of La Verne Monday in the Campus Center ballroom.
The softball team extended its win streak to 10 after senior pitcher Katherine Kibbe threw a complete game to shut out the No. 7 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Athenas, 2-0, Sunday at Campus West.
Vampires, goblins and werewolves, oh my! April 22 was not the typical night for any lover of horror. I put my Freddy Krueger sweater dress on with my tall brown boots and was ready to submerge into the fandom that was found at the eighth annual three-day Monsterpalooza horror convention created by Monsterpalooza President Elio […]
The theater department explored the struggles of poverty and grief that cholos and cholas face in East Los Angeles in their adaptation of Luis Alfaro’s play “Eletcricidad.”
Sports scores, schedule and standings for the week of April 29, 2016.