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.
Erwin Chemerinsky, dean and professor of law at the UC Irvine College of Law, discussed “Formalism Without Foundation: Stern v. Marshall” on Feb. 2 at the University of La Verne College of Law.
La Verne finished strong at its final home meet against the Caltech Beavers in a close 121-111 win for the men and a 116-106 win for the women.
Construction begins on the Ortmayer Stadium renovation project.
“Mirror of the Soul” features work from Auguste Rodin’s unique form of artistic expression through 27 small, bronze sculptures created between 1860 and1917.
University of La Verne students find creative ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
The University of La Verne welcomed back new and returning students to spring semester with the LeoVille Club Fair on Feb. 1 at the University Mall.
Following the final Harry Potter movie and a Broadway show, Daniel Radcliffe reappears on the big screen as Arthur Kipps in “The Woman in Black.”
After an impressive 2011 season, the softball team looks to take it all this year.
Bill Cook, professor of English, discussed the research he gathered about the works of American fiction writer Nathaniel Hawthorne, and how Hawthorne contributed to the creation of the American short story, during his faculty lecture on Monday.
In a 21st century age of tablets, smartphones, smart cars and digital readers, the world of higher education still insists on using 500-page, printed textbooks for every course, each usually costing a pretty penny. It is time for college textbooks to catch up with the rest of the technology world.