Campus and community arts events for the week of Nov. 6, 2015.
A safety alert email was sent to University of La Verne students this week after an incident targeting a Bonita High School student Monday.
Rabbi Eric Yoffie highlighted the importance of interfaith discussion and the role of religion in today’s society, to students, faculty and staff during a Fasnacht Lecture Oct. 22 in Morgan Auditorium.
A University shuttle bus was struck by a vehicle Thursday at 7:40 a.m. while returning to Shuttle Lot S. The incident occurred while the shuttle driver was on Arrow Highway trying to turn left on to A Street. There were no students or faculty onboard during the crash.
The men’s soccer team dominated in the second half of its game against the Whittier Poets, scoring three goals in the span of six minutes, to win 4-1 Wednesday at Ortmayer Stadium.
Student vocalists and pianists performed a variety of art pieces from songs to arias Friday at the music department’s Fridays at Noon concert series at Morgan Auditorium.
The theater department’s Cabaret LIVE! created “A Night of Horror” at the Improv Insanity event Wednesday in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre.
The fight to ban the modern display of the Confederate battle emblem continues to grow, and the University of Mississippi, also known as Ole Miss, joined the initiative Monday after Interim Chancellor Morris H. Stocks approved the lowering and furling of the state flag at its Oxford campus.
Vendors filled the Bonita High School parking lot Saturday with jewelry, toys, clothes and furniture during La Verne’s first Fall Community Yard Sale.
“How long could I last in a zombie apocalypse” is something I ask myself on a daily basis. Not really, but during this spooky season I start to wonder. To test my skills, I participated in Phi Delta Theta fraternity’s Zombie Apocalypse Wednesday night on campus.