In a informal survey at the University of La Verne students, four out of five students who smoke said they support a proposed tax increase on tobacco products – if the money goes toward research on cancers caused by smoking. And four out of six non-smokers agreed there should be a tax increase on tobacco products.
Claudia Rankine, author of “Citizen: An American Lyric,” spoke at the University of La Verne’s One Book, One University event, with one at 11:45 a.m. and another at 3:30 p.m., Wednesday in the Morgan Auditorium.
The Latino Education Access and Development conference welcomed educators, parents and middle school to college students to learn about higher education Saturday.
The University won an award Tuesday morning that recognizes its sustainability efforts that date back to summer 2013.
The rumbles of beaten hardwood sounded through the Tents Oct. 27 as La Verne’s men’s and women’s basketball teams hosted their annual Moonlight Madness festivities to start the season.
Poet Julie Sophia Paegle, professor at Cal State San Bernardino and author of “Twelve Clocks,” read from her poetry collections Oct. 27 in the Interfaith Chapel.
There are hidden tombstones nestled under shaggy trees only 10 minutes from wherever you are on campus. This sounds scary, but at Spadra Cemetery on Pomona Boulevard in Pomona, Halloween night became an educational experience for all that dared to enter.
Al Clark, professor of humanities, presents his continuing project, “Oral History of the University of La Verne,” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room. Clark collects stories about the campus through interviews with faculty and alumni.
Once her cauldron of candies runs out, La Verne resident Lesa Blanto and her friends sit in their front yard, eat chili with cornbread and watch the trick-or-treaters.
The Latino Law Student Association held a celebration for Día De Los Muertos Monday at the La Verne College of Law.