So where do you find the best sushi in town? I tried five of La Verne’s most poppin’ sushi joints and this is what I discovered.
Customers are transported back to the 1970s when they walk into Feeling Groovy Wellness and Café on Foothill Boulevard in Claremont.
After taking a year off to receive 18 rounds of chemotherapy with three different chemotherapy drugs, three surgeries and plenty of physical therapy sessions to learn how to walk again, Andrew Tompkins, sophomore business administration major, has returned to the University of La Verne.
T.J. Sullivan, author of the book “Motivating the Middle,” spoke to 15 students and faculty on the various engagement levels of members of an organization April 11 in the Executive Dining Room.
Traveling Forge makes two sizes of horseshoes for purchase at Spring in the Farm at the Fairplex on Saturday where Families with young children could experience American agriculture.
Carlos Gomez, a health advocate for Bienestar Human Services, leads “Let’s Talk About Sex: LGBTQ Edition,” Wednesday in the Campus Center.
Delta Sigma Pi hosted “Backpacks to Briefcases” Wednesday to give students a chance to learn about what to expect in the work world, and what they should be doing now to prepare for professional success.
Three years ago Sigma Gamma Rho became the first historically black sorority with a chapter on campus. Soon Iota Phi Theta will likely be the University’s first historically black fraternity.
El Sushi Loco Sushi y Mariscos, located off of West Holt Avenue in Pomona, offers a hot, spicy take on Mexican-Japanese fusion.
The University of La Verne’s Spotlight coordinators hosted the annual Spotlight Weekend on Saturday for incoming freshmen, giving them an idea of what life is like on campus.