The Jaeger House, at Second and E streets is the University of La Verne’s very own historical research museum.
Houston Police Chief and La Verne alumnus Art Acevedo has been working around the clock to coordinate efforts for the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Texas. Born in Cuba, he and his family moved to El Monte, just west of La Verne, in December 1960.
While Anaheim, San Diego and Pomona make up some of the many cities to individually struggle with a homelessness epidemic, lack of state-wide coordinated efforts continues to contribute to an escalation of the issue and the pessimism regarding a solution.
Susanne Slavick, professor of art at Carnegie Mellon University, was shocked and scared when she learned that many college students apparently carried guns on campus.
Todd Lorenz, assistant professor of biology, presents his research on bacteria Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
In a room of around 40 people, the lights dimmed and the performers took center stage, showcasing talents ranging from singing, instruments, comedy, spoken word performances, poetry and even juggling.
Not every restaurant in Claremont perfects their dessert’s appearance with a blowtorch. But Grizzby’s Biscuits and Donuts does.
As soon as you walk into the Arts and Communications Building, a blend of icy blues, inviting yellows, calming purples and warm reds emanates from the left and draws attention to the 33-foot-by-46-foot wall.
Activists Judy Sisneros and Lynn Harris Ballen held an opening reception Monday night in the West Gallery for “Lesbians To Watch Out For: ‘90s Queer L.A. Activism,” their dual curated history exhibition about gay activism in Los Angeles during the 1990s.
Ethics, identity politics and capitalism were the focus of New York University Philosophy Professor Kwame Anthony Appiah’s talk Sept. 14 at Scripps College.