Matthew Witt, associate professor of public administration, contributed his topic of white privilege to the University of La Verne’s Colloquium Series on Diversity.
Austin Selvick and Priscilla Ebedseir browse the Planet Awesome booth at the Claremont Art Mart March 25 in the Claremont Packing House in the Claremont Village.
Nothing feels more like time travel than checking out old classic cars such as a 1934 Ford and a 1948 Ford deluxe convertible. It was a step back in time at Cal-Rods Car Club’s annual Cool Cruise car show Saturday on D Street in downtown La Verne.
Children ran screaming for colorful eggs strewn across Las Flores Park Saturday morning at the annual Easter Egg Hunt. The hunt was hosted by the La Verne Rotary Club, in partnership with the city of La Verne and the La Verne Chamber of Commerce.
On the westbound 210 freeway in Irwindale, drivers are able to spot a billboard that claims the University of La Verne is one of the best universities for veterans. Across La Verne’s advertisements and website, it is clear that the campus prides itself in its relationship with veterans.
Over the past few weeks, a terrifying amount of anti-LGBTQ legislation has trickled down the pipeline. North Carolina, Georgia and Kansas have started deliberations on highly discriminatory bills that not only allow but encourage the systematic discrimination of the LGBTQ community. In 2016 these bills represent the toxic notion that people can still refuse to […]
Upbeat folk music filled the Campus Center Ballroom Wednesday night during the Moroccan with CAB event. Campus Activities Board multicultural chairwoman and junior journalism major Autumn Simon planned this event to introduce University of La Verne students to a culture they do not often see.
It took a slugfest, but the La Verne baseball team came away with a win in the first game of its series against the Whittier Poets, 17-12, Friday at Ben Hines Field.
The women’s tennis team extended its losing streak to seven, after being swept by No. 19 Lewis & Clark and No. 3 Pomona-Pitzer last Friday and Saturday.
Author Scott Nadelson read excerpts from his new novel “Between You and Me,” an episodic comedy that follows an ordinary character for 20 years through different stages of life, to students Tuesday in the Chapel.