The Campus Times has just hit its centennial milestone as of Monday. The first Campus Times was published on Oct. 14, 1919.
The Campus Times reached a milestone this week – 100 years of serving as a watchdog for not only the University of La Verne but also our local community. Through obstacles, brief hiatuses and award-winning highlights, the paper has established a legacy. And it is a staple of the community.
With over 400 athletes across 18 teams, it is easy to take La Verne’s athletic programs for granted. But as with many great things, our sports came from very humble beginnings.
Revisit the very first issue of the Campus Times, originally published Oct. 14, 1919.
As we at the Campus Times celebrate the paper’s 100th anniversary this week, it is important to remember and acknowledge the importance of a free and independent press on a college campus.
The University of La Verne’s work with helping the economically disadvantaged, and especially, first generation students was recognized in U.S. News and World Report’s 2020 Best Colleges Rankings, in which the University ranked fourth overall in social mobility.
At a time when social media has exploded into a market of its own, chances are you probably have an account somewhere in the realm of Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat.
Donald Pollock, professor of communications emeritus, told the stories of significant life events that led him to his position at the University of La Verne in 1991, where he would spend the next 28 years of his life, and shared the lessons he learned along the way at his final lecture Tuesday in the Executive […]
The School of Arts and Enterprise, a charter school in downtown Pomona, showcased its horror themed exhibition Saturday.
Pomona Student Union kicked off Indigenous Peoples’ Day with Unity Fest 2019 Friday to commemorate the history of indigenous cultures facing oppression.