La Verne firefighters and city officials are at odds about the safety of the community and the department’s ability to keep the community safe, because of ongoing funding and staffing shortages.
The University’s Latinx Heritage Month virtual series kicked off Wednesday via WebEx with a panel promoting diversity and inclusion through storytelling.
The University of La Verne has updated heating, ventilation, and air conditioning, or HVAC, systems in all the dorm buildings to meet COVID standards.
Most of us are back on campus, and students living in all three campus dorms. But as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on, things are not exactly back to pre-pandemic normal. Instead on-campus life is finding a new normal.
The city of La Verne’s 27th Cool Cruise Car Show was back Saturday after a few COVID-related postponements, featuring cars from 1928 Ford model A’s to 2020 Corvettes.
The Los Angeles County Fair returned as the Bite-Sized Fair on Friday – after being cancelled last year – as a smaller version with a limited number of rides, games, food and shopping.
The American Museum of Ceramic Arts showcased the colorful and lively ceramics of the late influential artist Don Reitz in “Don Reitz: Life is Not a Dress Rehearsal.”
The Leopards went 1-2 in the tournament, including a hard fought 3-2 loss to Division II UC Santa Cruz on Sept. 10.
The men’s soccer team won 3-2 in a dog fight of a match against the Whittier Poets Wednesday night.
Dan Kennan, adjunct professor of sociology, cleanses Trevor Thomson, a member of the Karuk Tribe of California, with wing and sage in preparation for a sage blessing ceremony Sept. 10 at the Ludwick Center.