The exhibition “Incarceration Realities: Walls and Beyond” at the University of La Verne College of Law campus gallery in Ontario, is creating a dialogue about mass incarceration in the United States through inmate artwork.
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Spring break, a time when students begin to itch for summer, has finally arrived to La Verne. For one short week, students are free from the stress of meeting deadlines and can escape the quiet city of La Verne in exchange for a miniature vacation filled with adventures.
Peach blossoms are not only known for their sweet smell and beauty, but they also play a key role in celebrating Hina Matsuri, a day dedicated to the happiness and healthy growth of girls.
Activist and author Kevin Powell discussed his commitment to justice and equality for all at the Frederick Douglass Humanitarian Lecture Monday in Morgan Auditorium.
While it may not have the same coverage that the Ebola virus had last year, Zika has the potential to become exponentially more serious than it is now.
Ten University of La Verne student tutors from the Academic Success Center presented their research at the 12th Southern California Writing Centers Association Tutor Conference Saturday at Westmont College in Santa Barbara.
It started as a garage project and grew into a 12,000 square foot building on 2896 Metropolitan Place. This is the story of Old Stump Brewing Co., a family-owned and family-run business in Pomona.
The theater department’s production of “Three Sisters,” by Anton Chekhov, is an adaptation of a 20th century Russian classic that began its run Tuesday.
Campus and community arts events for the week of March 4, 2016.
A touch of energetic Afro-Cuban folkloric music captivated the Morgan Auditorium audience at the SitaraSon concert Sunday.