Service and connection were the themes of the Walking the Leo Walk event Saturday for students and alumni to discuss the roles of public servants and how they have chosen to enact change in their communities. The event was held over Zoom and Facebook Live.
Mr. Jack O’ Lanterns Pumpkin Patch, on Highland Avenue in Hollywood, is selling a variety of pumpkins for Halloween, such as the traditional large, for sale, priced at $20. This is the perfect place to visit since Fall is officially here and Halloween is just around the corner.
The Claremont Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Scarecrow Party through the month of October, allowing businesses and homeowners to decorate scarecrows to highlight the community of Claremont.
Heritage Baking, a pastry shop owned by La Verne native Annie Fisher, is scheduled to open by the end of October in Old Town La Verne.
The Office of Student Life has created an online program called Leos Unite in efforts to help students cope with the pandemic through social interaction.
Recruitment is the most important time of the year for sororities on any campus at any school. This is the period where we potentially welcome new members into our organizations. Usually, we compete with other sororities on campus, but this year our biggest competition was the pandemic.
The University of La Verne’s Campus Activities Board hosted “Movies for Mental Health,” a workshop online last week to bring awareness to mental health issues and help students learn about the importance of mental wellness.
The Mission Tiki Drive-In theater in Montclair provides people the enjoyment of watching a movie on the big screen from the comfort of their cars.
The Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research organized virtual pilates classes for students: 10 people were in attendance Sept. 17.
The Black community at the University of La Verne was welcomed with the Rites of Passage, a traditional African spiritual ritual at noon Sept. 18 via Zoom.