The Campus Activities Board hosted a Holiday Extravaganza as its final event of the semester Dec. 3 in the Bonita Building on Bonita Avenue.
Members of the Theater 251 class opened the Jane Dibell Cabaret theatre doors Wednesday night and welcomed students, faculty, family and friends to watch their student directing projects.
La Verne community members gathered Wednesday night in Mainiero Square for a vigil to remember Sela Hem, known and well-loved as the “Miss Donuts employee,” who died in a traffic accident Nov. 17.
Senior art majors showcased their paintings, photographs and sculptures Dec. 1 in the Harris Gallery.
Improvising lyrics on the spot, junior psychology major James Trejo III performed freestyle rap at this year’s Phi Sigma Sigma talent show Dec. 2 on the third floor of the Campus Center.
With his green and orange helmet and jersey printed with the number 24, La Verne senior running back Travis Sparks-Jackson hit the field at Ortmayer Stadium for his last Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference game.
With over 4.2 million copies of “25” sold in the first two weeks, the only way Adele could break any more records is if she were let loose in a vinyl warehouse with a baseball bat.
Gisele Daniels, 10, is the first of 10 dancers from the Shooting Stars dance team to perform at the Prancer and Dancers Parade of Stars Saturday in San Dimas.
La Verne City Manager Bob Russi has hired a new assistant to oversee the city clerk, risk management and the election process among many other things.
In his 14 years on the field, Nathan Gonzalez has had many memorable games, but he remembers one specific game from his childhood that would eventually become his most embarrassing moment on the field.