Vancouver-based experimental-electronic pop artist Claire Boucher, better known as Grimes, released her fourth full-length album, “Art Angels” Nov. 6.
The La Verne cross country team participated in the 2015 NCAA West Regionals Saturday at Pomona-Pitzer. The men’s team placed 17th out of 19 and the women’s team did not place because a majority of its runners were unable to finish.
Senior photography major Gabriel De Alba displayed photos of his friends performing skateboarding tricks in the from of bowl skating, grinding and more as a part of an exhibit titled “Momentum” at the Ground Floor Gallery in Miller Hall last week.
Sisters of Phi Sigma Sigma hosted their 24-hour Rock-a-Thon philanthropy event Nov. 12-13 in Sneaky Park and had members of the sorority rock in rocking chairs to raise funds for the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation, which benefits the Kids In Need and Practice Makes Perfect foundations.
The Japan Daisuki club displayed brightly colored booths and cultural symbols at the Shichi Go San event Friday in the Campus Center Ballrooms.
The flags of several countries flew in Sneaky Park as students learned about the world at the 25th annual International Educational Festival hosted by the International Student Organization and the Office of International Student Services Wednesday.
Native American storyteller Trevor Johnson spoke about a different way of seeing life by telling stories about the First People and the agreement between them and humans Monday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
The men and women’s basketball teams have high hopes for the upcoming 2015-2016 season. The teams have set goals for their new season and hope to correct some of their mistakes from last year.
In response to the bombings and mass shootings Nov. 13 in Paris, Facebook created a profile picture filter which resembles the France flag to support the country. But how does this filter actually support a terrorized country?
Professor of Humanities Al Clark discussed his upcoming book, “Collapse: Global Warming in Our San Gabriel Watershed,” which focuses on five centuries worth of global warming and its impact on the San Gabriel Valley, Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.