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lection poll results of the 2012 election showed a 6% drop in young adults participation from the previous election. What do you believe a candidate will need to do or say to appeal to your generation and get you to the polls in 2016? Presidential candidates need to be upfront with issues and be relatable. […]


The saying “11 campuses, four colleges, one University” is not a superficial slogan for the University of La Verne. It is how we operate throughout our entire University community on a daily basis. A person can visit our La Verne campus and find deeply caring faculty and staff that support individuals from the prospective student stage through […]


The saying “11 campuses, four colleges, one University” is not a superficial slogan for the University of La Verne. It is how we operate throughout our entire University community on a daily basis. A person can visit our La Verne campus and find deeply caring faculty and staff that support individuals from the prospective student stage through […]


La Verne Presents Innovative STEM Teaching Approaches at National Conference

Africa’s Southern white rhinoceros caught Kimberly Pineda’s attention during her quest for a research topic that she would commit to studying throughout a semester. Beyond learning about the rhino’s plight to survive in the wild and methods to boost reproduction, Pineda said she also gained knowledge that will help her far beyond college. “What this […]


Football Team’s SCIAC Championship Highlight of Successful Fall Sports Season

The University of La Verne Leopards enjoyed their most successful football season in two decades this fall. On Saturday, November 21, the team travelled to Minnesota to face the University of St. Thomas, seeking to secure the program’s first-ever NCAA Division III playoff victory. While the Leopards dropped a 57-14 decision to the fourth-seeded Tommies, it […]


Expert Opinion

Review the day’s top stories and you are likely to find key elements connecting to the American legal system. Whether it involves court decisions on same-sex marriage, voting rights legislation, public outrage over police use of deadly force, or the far-reaching impact of a big city bankruptcy, to fully comprehend most stories requires insight of […]


La Verne Prepares for 'Shake Out' on Oct. 15

The University of La Verne will join millions of Californians on October 15 as they “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” at 10:15 a.m. as part of the Great California ShakeOut, the state’s largest earthquake drill. Immediately following, the campus community is encouraged to visit the emergency preparedness fair, “After the ShakeOut,” in Sneaky Park. This year, founding member […]


Seniors Present “The Chalk Boy”

Grief and chaos strike the small town of Clear Creek, Washington after a teenage boy goes missing. Joshua Conkel’s play, “The Chalk Boy,” tells the story of four teenage girls who have to deal with the aftermath of the disappearance of their fellow classmate as they encounter the struggle for love, acceptance and faith in […]


Former German Ambassador to Speak on European Refugee Crisis

    By University of La Verne   German Ambassador Dr. Bernd Fischer is set to speak on Europe’s refugee crisis during an International Studies Institute “Hot Spots” discussion forum from noon to 1 p.m. on Sept. 30 at the University of La Verne.   Dr. Fischer, who was consul general in Los Angeles from 2012 until […]


Students REACH Higher at 10th Annual Camp

Tutor Plus was a winner from the very beginning. Dubbed the “Uber” of tutoring services, the mobile app’s purpose is to connect students to tutors who are geographically close in proximity. The idea sparked the interest of all who learned of it. And after just three weeks of conceptualization, six high school students realized their […]