Jaydelle Herbert explores the impact of women in football in this special podcast.
The Faculty Senate on Monday discussed a resolution to allow faculty to return to campus if they provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
Carson Bechtel is a 20-year-old sophomore political science major at the University of La Verne, who identifies as non-binary with the pronouns he, him and they, them. His personal story of being a victim of sexual assault and rape begins when he was made to leave his father’s home in Phoenix in 2019.
Kira, a junior kinesiology major at the University of La Verne, was 16 when she developed an eating disorder. When she first joined Instagram, she would see photos of girls that she didn’t know appear on her feed.
As the spring semester comes to an end, freshmen students opened up about their first year at the University of La Verne and agreed that maintaining friendships was essential to keeping the college experience alive in an exclusively online learning environment.
Often found at the Terra Vista Farmers Market in Rancho Cucamonga and markets across Southern California, Scoops on Tap, an unusual ice cream-making business, has made a name for itself with its handcrafted and original and ice cream flavors.
Kellin Olsen, a senior at Claremont High School, spent the majority of his final year of high school at home in his pajamas, rarely leaving the house, and attending school online.
The Bowl House, the beloved affordable mostly take-out Asian restaurant adjacent to the La Verne campus, has taken advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to remodel the inside of the restaurant.
It was an afternoon baseball game at Claremont High School in late March. Looking around and taking in the scene, you would not think this was only the third game hosted on campus since the pandemic halted almost every aspect of American life – schools most strikingly.
The Center for Multicultural Services invited graduating students from the class of 2021 to join in a Multicultural Graduation Ceremony on Saturday via Zoom.