A multi-million dollar investment will soon become a reality this fall on the University of La Verne campus — an investment that supporters say will present a concrete solution to a longtime problem that faces not only our institution but the city of La Verne as well.
Issues such as eating disorders, divorce, single motherhood, victim blaming and alcoholism were portrayed Wednesday through Saturday as the final projects of the Theatre and Community course taught by Steve Kent and Alma Martinez in Jane Dibbel Cabaret.
Junior criminology major Abril Camarena was recognized as the 2015 Newman Civic Fellow by the Campus Compact for her dedication and commitment to social activism.
The Chozen Martial Arts Academy organized a bully proof seminar to teach children how to avoid confrontation and show courage against bullies May 14 in La Verne.
Harriet Tubman’s face could soon replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill thanks to a nonprofit, grassroots campaign that went viral, striking up a dialogue about the abolitionist’s legacy among young people.
The University of La Verne’s curatorial studies class hosted an exhibit featuring a variety of different artists’ work with varying styles Monday in the Arts and Communications Building Studio.
The student-edited literary journal “Prism Review” launched its 17th issue and recognized the undergraduate creative writing winner with its annual launch party Monday in the Interfaith Chapel.
The music department and the La Verne Symphony Orchestra presented “Music of the Movies” Saturday at Morgan Auditorium.
Stroke survivors and their loved ones gathered to learn more about strokes and share experiences Saturday at the Pomona Valley Health Center for Stroke Awareness Day.
Sariah Abid starts her day like most freshmen residents of the Oaks dormitory at the University of La Verne. She wakes up, eats breakfast and gets ready for class. There is just one difference, which can be revealed by the Medtronic pump that sits in her pocket. Abid, like millions of other Americans, is living […]