The track and field teams hosted the La Verne Tri Meet Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
Issues of rape culture in the media were addressed in Pomona College Museum of Art’s latest exhibition, “Project Series 48: #sweetjane” by artist Andrea Bowers on Feb. 27.
The Planes of Fame Air Museum in Chino invited two World War II Air Force veterans to speak on Saturday March 1, each telling their own personal stories of the battles they fought in France, Russia and Japan.
The curtains opened, the lights dimmed and the voices of La Verne’s Idols filled Morgan Auditorium on Tuesday.
The baseball team won Saturday’s doubleheader against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps at Arce Field. The Leopards’ timely offense was the reason for the game-one win, 8-2, before taking the second, 8-7.
San Diego-based artist Ruslan Karaoglanov captivated students on Monday with his fun raps and charismatic stage presence.
The University of La Verne hosted its first Pianofest concert series for a week in Morgan Auditorium where a number of pianists performed on different days.
Ever lay in bed and think about life? That’s because you’re probably homosexual. At least, that’s what a new study conducted at the University of Cambridge is saying about Facebook users who like that page.
The Gay Straight Alliance – formerly known as the Rainbow Alliance – is making a comeback after a two-semester absence, with the opening of its new resource center.
Leslie Ann Young, professor of education, lit candles at the altar in Dant Chapel Wednesday to symbolize unity among all people.
The journal entry style of “The Bunker Diary” puts readers into the mind of Linus, a 16-year-old drifter who was tricked into a van and woke up to being a stranger’s personal entertainment.
The Center for Teaching and Learning was recently renamed the Center for Advancement of Faculty Excellence, or CAFE, with new plans to reach out to faculty and provide training in integrating technology.
Compared to past decades, women are now reaching new levels professionally as well as being further acknowledged for their capabilities and accomplishments. However, media outlets have been limiting the way women are represented intellectually by focusing on their looks and wardrobe in interviews.