Students wait in line Wednesday morning for LaVernapalooza concert tickets for rapper 2Chainz.
Latin American history and harmonies of string instruments echoed the halls of Balch Auditorium at noon on Friday at Scripps College.
The baseball team took the first game of its series against Cal Lutheran, 5-4, Friday at Ben Hines Field. The Leopards remain in first place in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with a record of 15-6, and 18-13 overall on the season.
A 20-year-old man from Orange County who raped a 3-year-old girl last summer will face a punishment that certainly does not fit the crime.
Breast cancer awareness, women empowerment and slam poetry were mixed into one event as Cendy Linares, senior communications major, teamed up with Shades of Essence for Café Power Night in the Campus Center Ballroom Tuesday.
The No. 26 University of La Verne women’s tennis team fell in a match to No. 7 Pomona Pitzer Sagehens, 7-2, Sunday at the Claremont Club.
William Cook, professor of English, spoke about “Sir Richard Catling and Palestine Today” in the President’s Dining Room Monday.
Volunteers helped local organizations with gardening, cleaning, painting and picking up trash at different sites throughout the city Saturday at the ninth annual Pomona Beautification Day in Pomona.
Students in the Business Consulting class (BUS 494) go beyond textbooks and the confinements of a classroom to create a real life marketing campaign for ChatApp, a social mobile phone application for users to communicate and meet new people.
The La Verne Police Department held a workshop Tuesday afternoon to inform La Verne residents of new and commonly misunderstood laws regarding pedestrian safety, distractions on the road and drunk driving facts. Police Sgt. Dave Mortazavi and Cpl. Martin Weinreb from LVPD addressed traffic issues they commonly see and many drivers are unaware of.