The University of La Verne’s fall semester is coming to an end, but not before a challenging – and for most students stressful– week of finals.
Kristi Ambritz, student initiatives, and Adrianne Montero-Camacho, a social worker with the University of La Verne’s student outreach center, hosted a virtual presentation on how students’ adverse childhood experiences might affect their present-day lives and academics.
I can still remember the feeling of excitement I had about two things, my senior year of high school and my first year of college.
Elias Gennaoui, junior biology major; Samantha Stefanoff, senior studio art and art history major; and Frances Jones, sophomore business administration major, make bracelets as part of the Celebration of Kwanzaa event Wednesday in Sneaky Park.
The Campus Activities Board hosted the Holiday Extravaganza: Christmas event on Wednesday on the Citrus Lawn.
Russ Golesh shows off his 1937 Oldsmobile L37-2811, a fully restored coupe, at the Cruising La Verne Holiday Car Show on Nov. 20.
Linda Yvette Chávez, co-creator and executive producer of the Netflix show “Gentefied,” talked about finding one’s place in the world and establishing a safe place to talk about each other’s experience in the world as a guest speaker for the University of La Verne’s Influential Voices series.
“Call of Duty: Vanguard” is the next entry into the “Call of Duty” franchise. “Vanguard” was developed by Sledgehammer Games, coming on the heels of last year’s “Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War” developed by Treyarch and Raven Software. “Vanguard” has three main game modes to offer: the single player campaign, multiplayer, and zombies.
Trevor Thomson, a Karuk Tribe member, sings and recites a prayer Monday at the Ludwick Center.
To gear up for the University of La Verne football team’s Homecoming game, the Campus Activities Board hosted a pep rally for students on Nov. 5 in Sneaky Park. The event included food trucks, music, and free giveaways.