University of La Verne undergraduates students will be able to take any of their classes as credit–no credit through the fall 2020 semester, as they were able to do in spring 2020, University officials announced this week.
The University of La Verne’s theater department is meeting the moment with a virtual production of “Twilight, Los Angeles 1992,” which features stories and experiences from the Los Angeles riots in 1992, told in monologues.
Gina Osterloh, a photographer and performance artist from Ohio, shared her experiences as a professional artist with a group of 54 University of La Verne students via Zoom on Thursday.
The inaugural Claremont Scarecrow Party showcased decorated scarecrows in front of homes and businesses across the city throughout the month of October.
The fight against police brutality, a core principle of the Black Lives Matter movement, is not just an American concern. It is part of an important struggle against despotic government worldwide.
Yingxia Cao, associate professor of decision sciences, presented data on how social media can impact a person’s happiness, with pros and cons of using social media in schools and businesses before an audience of 22 students, faculty, and staff on Tuesday via WebEx.
There are a lot of different elements that make up the essence of Halloween, such as costumes, family traditions, decorations and the actual history of the holiday. One of the most important parts of Halloween is the horror genre, more specifically scary movies. These films influence costumes and really big events to celebrate the spooky […]
The advantages of diversity, equity, and inclusion are innumerable and impactful.
The faculty of the history and political science department hosted a Zoom watch party for the last presidential debate Oct. 22.
The price of attending the University of La Verne will not increase in the 2021-22 academic year, President Devorah Lieberman announced this week in an email to the community.