Brady Keegan

Photographer depicts Indigenous people’s lives in a different light

Author and photographer Antonio Turok hosted the presentation “Mexico Resistance” on Indigenous People’s Day Monday in the University of La Verne’s Sacred Space.

Struggling Leopards fall to Tigers, 2-1

The men’s soccer team’s Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference skid continued against the Occidental Tigers after their 2-1 loss Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.

Gold Line construction disruption and safety addressed

Safety and communication are the city of La Verne’s top priorities, say officials, as construction of part of a 9.1 mile Foothill Gold Line extension project to build new stations from Glendora to Pomona is ongoing. 

Claremont Packing House hosts Friday gallery and market

Shandra Snyder-Beuch, a Marine veteran, displays her oil paintings Saturday at the Claremont Gallery and Market Fair at the Packing House in Claremont.

Leo Food Pantry fills critical need

The Leo Food Pantry is open. It’s there for students, with the goal of addressing food insecurity, so students can focus on school. 

Professor talks marijuana history

Nicholas Athey, instructor of sociology at the University of La Verne, gave a presentation titled "Conducting Cannabis Policy Research During the Era of Post-Prohibition," before about 14 students and faculty in the Campus Center Tuesday.

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