Associate Professor of Education Cleveland Hayes highlighted local Latino educators who are making their mark on public school education in his “We Teach Too: What Can We Learn from Marco and Arturo,” presentation Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Children, parents, vendors, and dogs walked through the Claremont Village dressed as vampires, superheroes and fairies Saturday for Claremont’s 34th annual Village Venture Arts and Crafts Faire.
Halloween is a day many people look forward to every year – from picking the perfect pumpkin to carve, to going to haunted houses, to dressing up in costumes and trick-or-treating. It’s all fun and games until costumes become displays of mockery and oppression against people’s gender identities or cultures.
Amp Radio filled the Hollywood Bowl with 18,000 people for its third annual We Can Survive concert Saturday. However, the focus of the night was not on raising funds to cure breast cancer, but on who the special guest performer would be.
After years of tests and grades, students are accustomed to professors evaluating their skills, but not the other way around. At the University of La Verne, students are expected to complete course evaluations, and in many cases, are forced to fill them out.
Michael Strautmanis, vice president of strategic programs for corporate citizenship at the Walt Disney Co., gave a lecture Monday in LaFetra Lecture Hall on how to deal with failure.
After making several costly errors in its last Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference match of the season, the No. 18 ranked La Verne volleyball team was swept by the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens, 3-0, Tuesday at Voelkel Gymnasium.
Jumping for their lives, freshman Stephan Friedland and Lanell Whitfield race each other in an obstacle course Monday at the South Quad behind the Campus Center.
The women’s soccer team fell short to the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens, 3-1, on Saturday in Claremont. The Leopards now have a 6-8-2 overall record and a 4-7-1 record in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
The Students Engaged in Environmental Discussion and Service club, better known as SEEDS, hosted a movie night on Friday, showing the comedic science-fiction film “Idiocracy” in room 212 of the Arts and Communications Building to an intimate group of approximately 10 people.