The Associated Students of the University of La Verne and the Campus Activities Board kicked off the grand opening of Leo Park in an afternoon filled with contests, giveaways and free Bowl of Heaven Thursday.
Guests enjoyed beers and fall foods at the largest Bavarian festival in the Southern California region Saturday.
The FBI will increase the consequences of violent crimes against animals by reclassifying such crimes as Group A felonies, FBI officials announced last month.
The Students Engaged in Environmental Discussion and Service, or SEEDS Club and La Verne Community Roundtable for Sustainable Solutions presented a showing of the film “Soylent Green” for their “In Context” seminar series at LaFetra Auditorium Oct. 10.
During her State of the University address Wednesday, President Devorah Lieberman highlighted the University’s progress and also addressed some of the biggest concerns and challenges.
Jon Leaver, associate professor of art history, presented “Progress in Ruins: The Great Exhibition and Victorian Eschatology” where he connected art and architecture to the study of life after death.
The University’s Leos PR club hosted a panel event, “Leos to Leaders,” that provided students with the opportunity to meet successful La Verne graduates.
Central American immigrants encounter many dangerous situations for a chance at a better life in the United States and journalist and author Sonia Nazario has braved the same dangers to bring one boy’s story to the public.
Six hundred Latino students from surrounding school districts attended information sessions and speaker panels at the third annual Latino Access and Development Conference, where they learned about the benefits of higher education.
Professor of Political Science Richard Gelm explored trends in political views and behavior during his lecture “Making American Politics Work: Coping with Fear and Anger, AKA: A Political Self-Help Guide.”