As the spring semester comes to an end, freshmen students opened up about their first year at the University of La Verne and agreed that maintaining friendships was essential to keeping the college experience alive in an exclusively online learning environment.
Often found at the Terra Vista Farmers Market in Rancho Cucamonga and markets across Southern California, Scoops on Tap, an unusual ice cream-making business, has made a name for itself with its handcrafted and original and ice cream flavors.
The Bowl House, the beloved affordable mostly take-out Asian restaurant adjacent to the La Verne campus, has taken advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to remodel the inside of the restaurant.
The Campus Activities Board capped off its last program, Destination Procrastination, with a Netflix Movie Night on May 13 via Teleparty. The film was 2001’s “Legally Blonde,” starring Reese Witherspoon. The choice was made by a poll on CAB’s Instagram account.
GloForIt, a student-run business created by 13 students in University of La Verne’s Integrated Business Program, offers LED portable ring light clips for students to have access to good lighting at any time during their virtual meetings.
Emily J. Sullivan, Class of 2020 journalism alumna and mother of the world’s most bubbly twins, has been making a name for herself in the world of journalism, with bylines in publications including The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, Los Angeles, The Hollywood Reporter, and more.
With over 20 trails with scenic views of the terrain and flowers in bloom, Chino Hills State Park offers a variety of workouts for those who prefer to exercise outdoors.
Mi Cocina Mexican Grill is the latest addition to D Street’s offering of restaurants. Its traditional Mexican cuisine got a welcome reception on its first day in business, Easter Sunday, its owners said. The restaurant offers a variety of favorites, such as asada fries, taquitos and molletes. Prices range from $6 to $15.
Since the start of the pandemic last March when classes went all online, many University of La Verne faculty members have worked hard to teach to the best of their abilities while also looking out for their students.
The University of La Verne’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life hosted a “Strategies for Healing” panel to explore questions regarding interfaith strategies and how they can be used to fight against racial injustice on Monday via Zoom.