Professor of Biology Jeffrey Burkhart stressed the relevance of January interterm trips at the University of La Verne in his last lecture “My Last Lecture: 45 Years of Global Ecological Fieldwork” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
The first week of the spring semester ended with the announcement of Fetty Wap as the 2016 Lavernapalooza headliner.
The Black Student Union and members of the Spoken Word poetry team hosted the “Lift Every Voice” open mic night Feb. 3 at Pappas Artisanal in downtown La Verne.
La Verne junior guard Khaneal Mason put up a layup with 2.3 seconds left in the second half, to give the men’s basketball team a 91-89 win over Whittier Saturday at Frantz Athletic Court, to snap a three-game losing streak.
Slam poet Ebony Stewart talked about her experiences with teaching elementary school students about relationships, feminism, woman empowerment, heartbreak, and sex in a spoken word performance Monday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Playing video games may be a solo activity for some, but according to the members of the La Verne Gamers Guild, competing with each other creates community.
After six month in office, College of Arts and Sciences Dean Lawrence Potter – who previously worked at universities in the South, the Northeast and the Midwest – said the University of La Verne is, refreshingly, unlike any other place he’s worked.
Chinese New Year came wrapped up in red, for good luck, at University of La Verne’s celebration in Sneaky Park Monday.
In November will be what is – in my mind – the most important election in my lifetime.
The Harris Art Gallery exhibit “Imaginary Selves” featured eclectic masterpieces from several local artists, including the “Caring For You” exhibit by Lisa Jevbratt.