Transgender and nonbinary college graduates in California could have the right to change their legal name and gender on their diplomas if a bill recently proposed in the state legislature become law.
Voting is the fundamental right of every U.S. citizen. It allows the people to come together and elect leaders through the democratic process.
The men’s basketball team stayed within 10 points of UC Santa Cruz during the first half of their game Saturday but fell short in the end, 76-68.
The Millard Sheets Art Center at the Fairplex in Pomona hosted the fifth installment of the “SoCal MFA Juries Exhibitions,” which is based on the idea that an already experienced artist is chosen as the “juror” to choose a few art pieces from a variety of emerging student artists from the Claremont Graduate University.
“Hand out. Beer out.” This is the mantra you can hear echoing throughout the La Verne Brewing Company every Sunday when they host their weekly yoga and beer event: “Bend, Breathe, Brew.”
University of La Verne’s alumnus J. Michael O’Neal performed a piano concert Sunday in Morgan Auditorium.
Estela Sánchez’s “Shapeshifted” exhibit at the Chan Gallery in Pomona College features the identities of the Coachilicue and Shapeshifter through sculpture, performance and clay.
Booths and music filled the Shaun Diamond Plaza during the monthly Pomona Art Walk on Saturday.
From athletes to students, the ULV community is still reeling from what many describe as the death of one of the greatest athletes of all time after the tragic helicopter crash that took the lives of Kobe and Giana Bryant as well as seven others.
With the spring 2020 semester in full swing, some University of La Verne students are vowing to strengthen their academic approach this semester. The big habit they’re breaking: skipping class.