There is nothing more annoying than being in a theater with a person who lights up the darkness with the blue glow of their smart phone. Or even worse, when they answer a call and hold an entire conversation during the most serious part of the story.
Junior Jessica Gerard stops by to get a massage from Ariel Guldstrand, a junior athletic training major, outside the Athletic Pavilion on Tuesday.
Members of the LGBT community generally feel accepted on campus, but do not necessarily know where to turn when they need help, a qualitative research study found.
For three semesters Paul Alvarez, professor of movement and sports science, has been showcasing sports films for the students of La Verne in his class American Values in Sports Films.
I support student journalists here at La Verne and I support the Campus Times, so I hate to have to voice my complaint, but after reading the March 2 issue I have to say something.
A twisted plot line and a smidgeon of humor are just some of the reasons why senior theater arts major Daniel Bride chose “The Pillowman” for his directing thesis.
Sophomore catcher George Holland dodges the tag by Redlands’ first baseman Jon Cavender in the bottom of the fifth inning Saturday.
With more than 1,000 career points and three great seasons of basketball, senior Trevor Woodland has made his mark on Leopards athletics.
Sophomore first baseman Raven Freret is congratulated by head coach Julie Smith after hitting a home run in the first inning of the second game of La Verne’s doubleheader against Pomona-Pitzer in Claremont Saturday.
Hamilton Morris, a 24-year-old writer and filmmaker, is a curious seeker who has taken his work to other-worldly dimensions through his quest to bring firsthand accounts on psychedelic drugs.