Hundreds of freshmen lined up outside the University of La Verne’s newest residence hall on Aug. 22, ready to settle in to their home for the new academic year.
LaFetra College of Education Professor Valerie Beltran and students Maggie Moreno, Natalie Diaz, and Melissa Eahle will visit the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena in July for NASA’s Educator Institute.
First Person Commentary If someone had told me as a young boy that one day I would get to travel across the globe as a college student to practice building foreign relations in the Middle East, I would not have believed it. I grew up in South Central Los Angeles, where kids like me are […]
Volunteers tilled soil, planted seedlings, pulled weeds and rolled on paint around the Inland Valley on Monday for the University of La Verne’s annual Martin Luther King Day of Service. By day’s end, organizers called the event a success, pointing to the hundreds of donated work hours, the impact on the community, and the learning experience […]
Dreams of a college education became a reality for Melanie Nadon on the day she was awarded a Performance Scholarship from the University of La Verne. Nadon, a senior with a double major in Speech Communication and Gender, Law, and Policy, learned about the unique Performance Scholarship opportunity from her counselor at Los Osos High School […]
Is nonfat milk healthier than regular milk? Is diet soda better for you than regular soda? Is exercising every day necessary? These were some of the questions posed by parents who attended one of several health and nutrition assemblies held at elementary schools throughout Pomona Unified School District this month. For the second consecutive year, […]