The women’s basketball team defeated La Sierra 73-71 in overtime Saturday at Frantz Athletic Court.
Three pianists and five vocalists came together to showcase the hard work and effort that they put into perfecting their selected pieces throughout the semester in a concert Nov. 22 in Morgan Auditorium.
After several reflective pieces, the audience came to life and snapped along as The Cat, the Hag, and the Longstreet played what they jokingly referred to as the Mediterranean “Pink Panther” theme song at their concert Nov. 30.
A silver star shone brightly in the sky as the Christmas tree outside city hall was lit, kicking off the holiday season for the La Verne community with the annual Tree Lighting Ceremony along with a visit from a very special guest.
Sitting in the back of a cop car or being inside of a jail cell may be a nightmare for some, but it brought joy to students in La Verne elementary schools.
The Leopards were unable to defend their SCIAC title from last season finishing the season with an overall record of 22-16 and 16-12 in the conference.
Waking up on a Saturday morning to watch cartoons was always a weekly ritual for me as I am sure it was for most children in America.
Students could not help but procrastinate just a little Thursday night as CAB in collaboration with ASULV presented its annual Destination Procrastination event.
Editorial cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff.
Sophomore business major Curtis Mottram, sophomore business major Stephen Acree and sophomore kinesiology major Michael Humenez attend the Block Party May 16 in the South Quad.
With finals week approaching, students have many ways to prepare, deal with stress and make sure they pass their classes.
Senior music majors Angelica Osorio and Michael Choy presented their senior projects May 18 in Morgan Auditorium in front of family, friends and music enthusiasts alike.
Tiffany Fujioka, a senior business administration major, sells Reverie Outfitters clothing May 15 in front of the Campus Center.
Some students spend their free time on the Internet, others spend it out with their friends. But in this case, sophomore psychology major Matthew Peel spends his free time writing and publishing poetry and prose.