Sororities and fraternities’ spring recruitment numbers were significantly lower than last year due to the virtual setting as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic this past February.
As the world slowly phases out of the COVID-19 pandemic, some of the best things are becoming available to the public again, including Ontario’s Foodie Fest at the Toyota Arena.
Luke Garcia, sophomore psychology major at the University of La Verne, recently became part of a sports podcast called the Crossover Committee, with four friends, who all went to high school together.
Emily Zapata, senior radio major, created her podcast “Tales of a Chicana Woman” as a part of her senior project to share her experiences as a young Mexican American woman and provide advice for young adults as they move into the next chapter of their lives.
Senior business administration major Katelynn Phillips hosts a ghost stories event April 7 via Zoom. Students got together and shared spooky stories. The event was sponsored by the Campus Activities Board
The University of La Verne hosted a virtual career fair last week with 50 employers, to help students learn about job and internship opportunities via Zoom.
Shoppers enjoyed a socially distanced stroll through the Claremont Farmers and Artisan Market, featuring over two dozen vendors on a sunny Easter Sunday.
Mi Sabor Restaurant, a new Mexican restaurant in Glendora, opened its doors March 8. The restaurant’s goal is to serve authentic Mexican food with a modern look.
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Center for Multicultural Services hosted “Her Stories” Wednesday, in which University of La Verne faculty, staff, students and alumni gathered to share their life changing experiences.
The Eggsactly restaurant in downtown La Verne launched near the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and has successfully remained open during the past year’s economic crisis.