Brando Skyhorse, author of this year’s One Book, One University selection, “Take This Man,” spoke to a crowd of roughly 50 Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium.
The long-anticipated Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research is up and running – and open to students, faculty, staff and alumni.
With Halloween approaching, the annual Heritage Harvest Pumpkin Patch has come alive with pumpkins galore and festive activities.
The men’s soccer team beat the Cal Lutheran Kingsmen in an intense game 2-1 at Ortmayer Stadium Wednesday night.
One of the most highly anticipated films of the year, “Joker,” premiered on the big screen Oct. 4, causing an unprecedented media frenzy over the potential of mass violence the film may inspire.
Clinical and child psychologist Nicole Mahrer Malotte started her position as assistant professor of psychology in the Doctor of Psychology program full time at the University of La Verne this fall.
Last week the Department of Homeland Security finally deemed white supremacy as a primary security threat in response to countless mass shootings that have claimed the lives of over 100 people in the last six months.
Leadership may take the form of many shapes and sizes, however, Deborah Olsen, professor of management and leadership, believes that regardless of position, title or background, an effective leader is one who takes action to initiate change.
Women’s volleyball ended off their first half of conference season on a high note, sweeping the Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens, 3-0.
The men’s water polo team fell to Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference rival Chapman 19-13 in the opening game of the Gary Troyer Water Polo Tournament at the La Verne Aquatic Center on Friday.