We catch up with newly elected ASULV President Lauren Crumbaker and Vice President Nicole Cuadras to discuss their upcoming term, a new bylaw that has created controversy and plans for the future.
The bylaw change the Campus Times reported on actually requires one semester of ASULV experience for an individual running for president – not executive vice president (“Bylaw excludes potential leaders,” April 10).
Sarah Mayo, senior sociology major, was crowned the reigning champion of Mu Phi Epsilon’s fifth annual La Verne Idol singing competition Wednesday night.
Stephan Friedland, a senior at Fusion Academy High School, breaks the ice by playing ninja with sophomore photography major Megan Peralez Saturday during Spotlight Weekend.
The Pre Law Society is making a comeback at the University of La Verne, and members are encouraging students of all majors who are interested in law to join.
Fiamma Naturals began as a candle company in the kitchen of a Claremont home, and while it has been nearly eight years, the business continues its endeavor to remain eco-friendly with its soy candles and all-natural spa products.
The golf team finished in second place in the second Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament Saturday and Sunday at Los Serranos Country Club.
Sundays at the Morgan this month featured the La Verne Artist-in-Residence Grace Zhao. She performed a solo piano concert with six sets of pieces composed by Bach, Beethoven, Rachmaninoff and more Friday in Morgan Auditorium.
Sarah Thomas will soon be on football fields alongside six other referees as the National Football League’s first full-time female official, but some doubt her ability to participate in a historically male-dominated sport simply because she is a woman.
The University of La Verne’s interfaith group, Common Ground, hosted Better Together Day to bring students and faculty from different religions and worldviews together to promote unity in differing beliefs Tuesday in Sneaky Park.