Instead of spending the day watching Netflix, there are plenty of opportunities for University of La Verne students to get in touch with their creative side in the community.
Ethics, identity politics and capitalism were the focus of New York University Philosophy Professor Kwame Anthony Appiah’s talk Sept. 14 at Scripps College.
The Los Angeles County Fair hosted its annual La Verne Day Wednesday where La Verne residents and members of the University of La Verne community enjoyed free admission to the Fair.
Senior economics major Justin Yeh addresses his fellow graduates, families and faculty at the Asian/Pacific Islander Cultural Graduation Ceremony May 11 in the President’s Dining Room.
A black bear was hit by a car along the 210 freeway near Fruit Street in La Verne and was later euthanized by wildlife officials Monday.
After two-and-a-half years of deliberation, the City Council will vote on a proposal to ban new waste and recycling facilities and stop expansion of existing waste businesses on June 5.
The California Legislature is considering a single payer health care bill that could decrease costs for state residents.
Volunteers of all ages bundled themselves in thick sweaters and braced the cold wind with bright smiles as they walked, jogged or ran laps around the tracks to raise money for cancer awareness at the annual Relay for Life on Saturday and Sunday.
The Santa Monica Cat Club sponsored the “Tiki Cats at the Fair” cat show at the Pomona Fairplex last weekend. Cats purred as their owners groomed and prepared them for a tough show with about 150 cats in attendance.
Roughly 1,300 visitors toured Old Town La Verne sampling wine and food while listening to live performers for the fifth annual Sip of La Verne wine walk.