While it’s quite common to see a couple walking their dogs around the neighborhood for exercise, in one small Yorba Linda community there is a couple who gets their cardio with a different pet at the end of the leash.
It is almost impossible for a competitive college softball player to get on base every time she’s at bat – and end the season with an average of .465 and 31 RBI.
Showcasing their work and dedication this semester, the members of the guitar ensemble class held their end of the semester performance Tuesday in Morgan Auditorium.
Music lovers of all genres are treated to live music of every genre on Friday nights in the Claremont Village.
The senior film screening on May 17 showcased four documentaries, a news show and a short film created by students as their senior projects.
Mark Maverick put 15 volunteers into a hypnotic state Monday night at the Campus Activity Board’s hypnotist performance in the Campus Center.
Author and former gang member Luis Rodriguez talked about his struggles to overcome heroin and alcohol addiction as well as his family struggles after abandoning the Las Lomas gang.
Lanney Mayer, associate professor of education, presented “Integrating Faith with Learning in a Postmodern Age” to a group of about 20 faculty members and students as part of the faculty lecture series Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
With an attack error by Occidental outside hitter Dana Michels closing the third set, the Leopards swept the Tigers off their paws in a 3-0 victory Saturday night at Frantz Athletic Court.
After only three months as the chief diversity and inclusivity officer, Joy Lei has already begun to make herself familiar with the cultural atmosphere at the University of La Verne.
The women’s soccer team suffered its sixth loss in a row Saturday night, falling to Cal Lutheran, 2-1.
The San Dimas Western Days Rodeo brought families together for a fun-filled weekend on Oct. 6 and 7.
With instruments and a passion for music, the Jam Fam Club was formed by club founder Chris Pulu as a way for the students to de-stress from school assignments and test.
As the 23rd annual Heritage Park Pumpkin Patch opens, parents and children gather in anticipation. With free admission into the park and pumpkins of any shape and size, it is no wonder why it is such a big attraction for La Verne residents.
Faculty members and students grooved along with the Latin jazz rhythms from Reed Gratz on piano on Sunday night in Morgan Auditorium.