The number of unsheltered homeless people in Pomona has decreased almost 38 percent since the 2015 count conducted by the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, an agency that addresses homelessness in Los Angeles County.
The University held a ground-breaking last week for the Ludwick Center for Spirituality, Cultural Understanding, and Community Engagement – which will be housed in a renovated and expanded version of Brandt Hall dormitory.
The University of La Verne’s Enactus team gave students, faculty, and their family members a preview of their team presentation Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium before they compete in the Enactus National Exposition in Kansas City, Missouri.
Alumnus Charles Davis presents “My Last Lecture: 95 Years with La Verne” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room for the La Verne Academy Lecture Series.
Megan Peralez, 2017 graduate in photography, senior physics major Justine Alandy-dy and senior sociology major Mung Kay “Karen” Shum won first place Dean’s Awards in Arts and Humanities, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences categories, respectively, at the seventh annual College of Arts and Sciences Dean’s Awards ceremony, honoring top senior projects, Wednesday in the Harris […]
President Devorah Lieberman gave the State of the University address last Friday in the Campus Center Ballroom as part of Friday Focus, a series of monthly meetings that discuss specific topics about the University.
Around 2,000 members of the Pomona community participated in the 12th Annual City-wide Pomona Beautification Day to engage in volunteer work Saturday.
Last month, the student body elected junior political science major Jackie Ku and sophomore kinesiology major Justin Parnell president and vice president, respectively, for the Associated Students of the University of La Verne.
Nathan Wright, junior kinesiology major, uses a pipette to introduce ammonia into a copper filled test tube in Professor of Chemistry Mark Nelson’s Chemistry 202 lab May 11.
Students, staff and faculty were evacuated from the Oaks dormitory, Barkley, Barkley Annex and the Arts and Communications building on Tuesday after a gas line rupture caused by construction outside the Oaks sent toxic gas into the area.