The sound of music and the hoppy smell of beer flooded the streets of downtown La Verne during La Verne’s Downtown Business Association’s second annual La Verne On Tap beer walk Saturday.
Cybercrime is criminal activity carried out by means of computers or the Internet to obtain confidential information, and college students are among the people most susceptible of being a victim of cyber crimes.
Pam Maunakea, kinesiology business manager, breaks in the new eliptical at the Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research soft opening Wednesday.
In honor of Native American Day, Julia Bogany, a Native American activist and Tongva tribe member, recognized contributions of the land that the University of La Verne occupies, to roughly 50 people on Sept. 25.
Car exhaust and engine roars filled the air as over 300 people rode their classic hot-rods into the Fairplex on Wednesday to take part in the Wally Parks National Hot Rod Association Motorsports Museum’s Twilight Cruise.
Jane Beal, associate professor of English, brought music and poetry to roughly 25 faculty and students Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
Adjunct professors’ salaries at the University of La Verne could increase dramatically – by roughly 88% – if a bill currently making its way through the California legislature becomes law
An estimated 4 million young people turned out – and walked out – internationally last Friday to insist on action to prevent further ravages of climate change.
Andrew Tompkins, a former University of La Verne diver and business administration major, died of cancer on Sept. 22. He was 21.
The University of La Verne welcomed two new board of trustees this summer – John Raffoul, president of the Adventist Health White Memorial, and Martha Daniel, president and CEO of Information and Management Resources Inc.