The sounds of shattered bats and cheers filled Campus West Friday and Saturday, as it was home to the 2016 Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Postseason Tournament.
As I sat on the bleachers and watched a La Verne football game in the sun, two men approached me and asked what I was doing. With my reporter’s notebook and pen in hand, I told them I was covering the game for the school newspaper, the Campus Times.
Women sports journalists say they struggle to make a name in the sports journalism world without being sexualized and they continually fight the criticism on social media sites.
The audience in the President’s Dining Room was engrossed Tuesday as Janis Dietz, professor of business administration, shared stories of the dedication and integrity she learned while teaching at the University of La Verne.
There is a fine line between a compliment and sexual harassment that many people unfortunately cross. Catcalling comes in various forms, such as whistling, honking and kissing noises. But in no way is it a compliment.
With California officially changing the legal smoking age to 21, smoking has once again sparked a conversation on campus. Some students are for it — the ones that are over 21, mostly – and others are upset about the notion of being turned away at Circle K.
Sports knowledge and its history are not learned in a day or in a week, or even a month for that matter. Fortunately for me, I grew up with sports and each day and I learned something new and as I am continuously learning as I write even more. Probably this baseball and softball season, […]
What was supposed to be a simple ad promoting Old Navy’s #ThankYouEvent sale turned into a target for racist trolls on Twitter.
Steve Julian, a University of La Verne alumnus and KPCC radio personality, died of stage 4 glioblastoma multiform, a form of brain cancer, at his South Pasadena home April 24 at the age of 57.
The Renaissance Pleasure Faire took a step back in time to when Queen Elizabeth I reigned over England with peasants and noble men walking around villages.