Valentine cheers with Ring Pop proposal

Senior business major Jan Pfennings proposes to his girlfriend, University of La Verne alumna Elizabeth Iaquinto, with a ring pop, Feb. 12 in the Johnson Family Plaza. After the proposal the couple’s relationship was officiated by the University Cheer Squad with a ceremony that included a veil, bouquet and bubbles. The mock wedding was a fundraiser put on by the Cheer Squad where couples, or friends, could ratify their relationship with packages that ranged from $1 to $10 that included a certificate, ring pop and Polaroid picture. / photo by Brooke Grasso
Senior business major Jan Pfennings proposes to his girlfriend, University of La Verne alumna Elizabeth Iaquinto, with a ring pop, Feb. 12 in the Johnson Family Plaza. After the proposal the couple’s relationship was officiated by the University Cheer Squad with a ceremony that included a veil, bouquet and bubbles. The mock wedding was a fundraiser put on by the Cheer Squad where couples, or friends, could ratify their relationship with packages that ranged from $1 to $10 that included a certificate, ring pop and Polaroid picture. / photo by Brooke Grasso
Other Stories

Latest Stories

Related articles

Love is more than romance

As part of the University of La Verne’s second annual Season for Nonviolence, students and faculty gathered to talk about different types of love, from self love to loving one’s enemies, at the session entitled “Nonviolence and Love” held Monday via Zoom.

Couples and singles alike share the Valentine’s love with CAB

While traditionally for couples, Valentine’s Day offered a chance to feel a sense of normalcy to couples and singles on Feb. 12 at the “Are You in Love? Or Are You Heartbroken?” event hosted by the Campus Activities Board through Zoom.

Students share Valentine’s plans

Friday is Valentine’s Day, and University of La Verne students have a variety of ideas and expectations for the romantic holiday. 

On the Calendar

Campus events for the week of Sept. 8, 2017.