The University of La Verne celebrated Veteran’s Day Monday by announcing a $2 million donation from Sara and Michael Abraham to the Center for Veteran Students Success.
Rebecca Erbelding, historian at the William Levine Family Institute for Holocaust Education, spoke about her award-winning book, which told the untold stories of the U.S. support during World War II, Sunday at the ninth annual Kristallnacht Lecture in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Jerome Garcia, professor of biology, discussed his studies of the mitochondria’s ability to enhance respiratory capacity and its role in obesity Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
The Rail Giants Train Museum is a display of historic and preserved locomotives at the Fairplex in Pomona.
Starting in 2023, middle- and high school students in California will start their school days later thanks to a law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom last month.
An informal survey at the University of La Verne suggests that 16 out of 20 students generally feel safe on campus.
The Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act, or PACT Act, which would ban extreme acts of cruelty against animals, was approved by both houses of Congress and is expected to be signed into law by President Donald Trump.
Gabby Balais, a resident of Chino Hills, paints her kite at the Cal Poly Pomona Kite Festival hosted by Cal Poly’s Swift Games Club on Nov. 8.
In 2021 the University of La Verne will go to a test-optional admissions policy, which means that applicants will have a choice of including their SAT or ACT test scores along with their applications – or not.
Alexandra Burrel started recently as assistant director for the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.