The Fairplex began holiday celebrations with its annual Chinese Lantern Festival, a colorful event featuring lantern displays that blend both Chinese and western culture.
I boarded the Metrolink train at the Claremont Metrolink Station to Los Angeles on a Friday afternoon, ready for an adventure to Olvera Street.
Taberna is a new tapas bar in downtown La Verne that provides people a place to enjoy classic drinks like martinis, margaritas, red and whites wines as well as rotating draft beers from local breweries.
Gina Garcia, a leading scholar on Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI), spoke Nov. 21 in the Ludwick Center Sacred Space to discuss what it means to be a Hispanic Serving Institution and how a new approach to measuring an institution’s overall success can better reflect HSIs.
In a recent informal survey, 20 University of La Verne students shared their thoughts about student debt, and specifically what they’d be wiling to do if they could to erase it.
Mayor Don Kendrick speaks before the annual Christmas tree lighting outside of the La Verne City Hall on Monday.
The 35th annual Hillside Farms Craft Fair in Norco welcomed community vendors to kick off the holiday season with various booths of handmade holiday crafts and food.
Streets of Old Town La Verne were closed off for the annual Cruisin’ La Verne Holiday Car Show, where classic cars filled the streets Nov. 23.
University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman announced Monday that the College of Law will abort its efforts to maintain American Bar Association accreditation, and instead transition to a California Bar Association law school in fall 2020.
The University’s roughly 700 adjunct faculty – who teach more than 60 percent of the classes here – will need to fill out time cards starting in January.