In a night filled with country music and country attire, the Be Perfect foundation, founded by junior communications major Hal Hargrave, brought awareness and donations to spinal cord injury survivors.
Summer was in full swing a students migrated towards the large inflatable water slide and foam pit that was placed in the South Quad behind Campus Center on Tuesday.
Junior track and field team member Chancise Watkins had a record setting season, capturing the title for the 200-meter at the SCIAC Championships on April 5 and 6 at Occidental.
Exceptional harmonies, matching attire and talented vocalists entertained an estimated audience of 70 as Morgan Auditorium hosted the Barbershop Harmony Concert on May 9.
Sabrina Consiglio, a sophomore theater major, works on the set for the theater program’s next play, “The House of Atreus,” which opens May 3.
Every year, countless walks, raffles and events collect money for causes people are passionate about.
After scoring four early runs in a cold and windy first game of a three-game series against Chapman, a lack of hits in crucial moments down the stretch culminated in a 6-4 loss for the Leopard baseball team.
“Green Day’s American Idiot” gives what fans have been looking for: a medium that provides a visual element for the album as cast members preach the testaments of Billie Joe.
Color Me Mine, a paint-it-yourself ceramic studio in San Dimas, is a place to be for fun and family and bonding time.
Students in the Integrated Business Program, who operate the company LV Tech Designs, make new product presentation in the Landis Academic Center on Tuesday.
An update of the 1980s television show of the same name, “21 Jump Street,” comes a surprisingly entertaining comedy that strays from the stereotypical slapstick film.
On Tuesday night at the Troubadour two members of the band Of Monsters and Men walked through the crowd and into their backstage dressing room without a single member of the sold out show noticing.
I was so pleased to read your article and the fact that “Students generally feel safe and accepted at La Verne.” (“Graduate study focuses on LGBT students,” March 9). This is part of who we are as Leos and we must all stand up for the needs of all of our students.
The Supreme Court announced on Feb. 21 that it would hear an appeal from a white student who claims she was denied admission to the University of Texas based on racial discrimination.