Rapper Travi$ Scott will headline Lavernapalooza, the Campus Activities Board and Associated Students of the University of La Verne announced Thursday.
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While subtle music played in the background and the sun beamed with warmth, students learned information about the upcoming 2016-17 school year elections as they enjoyed garlic noodles, pineapple chicken, sushi, and cheesecake.
The first week of the spring semester ended with the announcement of Fetty Wap as the 2016 Lavernapalooza headliner.
Rick Barnes introduced himself to an audience of more than 200 students at “Drink Think” Monday by mentioning that he spoke at La Verne three years ago.
Movie Night CAB will host a “Big Hero 6” movie night from 10 p.m. to midnight Wednesday in La Fetra Lecture Hall. Free food will be provided. OWL Applications Orientation Week Leader applications will be available starting Feb. 27. OWLs participate and assist incoming students during SOAR. For more information, contact Barbara Mulligan at firstname.lastname@example.org or Angie Anderson at email@example.com. Club Workshops The […]
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne and the Campus Activities Board kicked off the grand opening of Leo Park in an afternoon filled with contests, giveaways and free Bowl of Heaven Thursday.
Ava Jahanvash, a senior at the University of La Verne, wears a black belt in her dad’s karate studio, but her black belt level of expertise does not stop there. Jahanvash puts the same hard work and dedication into every aspect of her life.
Children hopped from booth to booth, parents chatted among each other at picnic tables and the faint smell of corn tortillas lingered in the air at the annual Grace Miller Elementary School Fall Festival Oct. 25.
Members of the University of La Verne’s sororities and fraternities gathered for the Greek Leadership Conference held Saturday on campus.
Students and staff are divided in their opinions about whether the University should revise its current “dry campus” alcohol policy and become a “wet” campus, a recent survey found.