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 pouring rain did not shy away the crowd of adults and students from listening to the smooth sounds from “A Night in Rio,” a concert presented by Michael Ryan and Friends in Morgan Auditorium.
Gail Tang does not underestimate her students and believes in challenging them by opening inquisitive class discussion and asking them how they got their answers as well as why they are correct.
The men’s cross country team recently finished their 2012 season, which ended with the team traveling to Indiana to compete in the NCAA Division III National Championships.
After being named the Division III West Region Female Athlete of the Year, placing 17th overall at the NCAA championships and breaking several school records, senior Lenore Moreno has yet to feel the end of her collegiate cross-country career.
In his faculty lecture, Daniel Loera focused on emotional intelligence and examined its relationship to the educational success and leadership involvement of college students.
With the West Campus project moving forward, the softball and baseball teams will finally have their own fields to call home.
The women’s basketball team opened up the season with a 70-55 loss to Whitman Friday at Frantz Athletic Court.
In most universities, there are always students complaining about the food in their dining halls. At the University of La Verne, there is no exception. Complaints about flavor, preparation and lack of variety are always mentioned and sometimes worked on, but one thing that is never changing is the lack of options for vegetarians.
As a freshman at the University of La Verne, I was absolutely terrified and excited for what would happen in my four years here.
Six months after graduating with his bachelor’s in movement and sports science, 25-year-old Michael Sacoto continues to have a large presence on campus both on and off the track.