Alyssa Navarro

Senior project sheds light on human trafficking

Three-thousand children each day are victims of human trafficking throughout the world and Opal Singleton, president and CEO of Million Kids, came to the University of La Verne to spread the word on this issue.

Pole dancing proves to be an exotic workout

The fitness industry is a lot like fashion, where old trends come back into vogue but usually with an updated twist.

Drought not drying up La Verne’s Coiner Nursery

The drought has forced Californians to conserve water, which has affected local businesses, especially the Coiner Nursery in La Verne, which is surviving by selling more succulents.

Soul journey takes students to Islamic Center

Students, along with the University Chaplain Zandra Wagoner, took part in a field trip Sunday to the Islamic Center of Inland Empire in Rancho Cucamonga to learn about the Muslim community.

Are we there yet? Equity discussed

Women on the Move Network and the University of La Verne organized the “Gender Equality: Am I There Yet?” conference Saturday to discuss possible issues, obstacles and solutions surrounding the equal treatment of men and women.

Grace Miller celebrates fall with family festival

Children, parents and teachers filled the busy courtyard and enjoyed food, carnival rides, games at the annual Fall Festival Oct. 26 at Grace Miller Elementary School in La Verne.

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