A young woman, dressed in a black, floor length gown, stood barefoot at the entrance to Founders Hall with an embroidered black veil tightly masking her face. At the base of the steps sat another young woman dressed similarly. Between them were rows of burning candles, and all around them were rows of chairs and […]
The Happy Crowd musicians Hai Muradian and Kenny McSpadden present dance contest winners Bailey Waltz, 5, of Covina, and her cousin Autumn Celaya, 7, of Corona, with CDs of music performed at the concert Saturday in Morgan Auditorium.
For many years now, American women have been told that the average clothing size for women in America is 14. However, according to a study published this year in the International Journal of Fashion Design, Technology and Education, the average American woman in 2016 wears between sizes 16 and 18.
The issue of women applying makeup on the go has never been a universal grievance but more like a pet peeve for those who believe it’s a matter of hygiene. However, Tokyu Corp. explicitly points to the problem in its ad, and it’s not about hygiene.
Vendors lined the streets, and live music blasted from almost every block for the annual Konsept Music and Art festival Saturday in downtown Santa Ana.
In their last home game of the season, the Leopards were tackled for a close loss by the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens, 21-20, Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
After a promising start during pre-season play, the women’s soccer team was never able to spark a wave of momentum to mount a push toward its playoff aspirations. Instead, the Leopards finished 3-15, with just seven goals scored.
Halloween’s most frightening costumes are not scary clowns, creepy zombies or bloody characters, but rather the trend of insensitivity and/or cultural appropriation that is always highlighted during this time of the year.
The Career Services Department held a Networking and Etiquette Dinner last week in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Capt. Todd Hartounian and engineer Leo Kilman from the La Verne Fire Department work with their team and volunteers from the La Verne community to handle and treat dummy victims of a simulated bomb blast during the first set of Disaster Management trainings Nov. 3 in Sneaky Park.