The latest members of the first traditionally African American sorority at the University of La Verne, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., stepped onto the University of La Verne Greek life scene Thursday night in Sneaky Park.
Everyone is a winner when it comes to benefiting a philanthropic cause, but only one team was declared the winner at Phi Delta Theta’s Spike Out ALS volleyball tournament.
Greek life at La Verne is different than the expectations set by the media, and some other universities – partly because La Verne is a relatively small university.
Junior speech communication major Alyssa Ramos left the night victorious as the sixth annual Miss SAE Wednesday night in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority and the Cabaret Series cohosted Phi Sigma Sigma’s annual talent show in memory of their sister Nereyda Iniquez, who died from leukemia in 2005, Tuesday Dailey Theatre.
The men of Phi Delta Theta took this week to honor their brother Lou Gehrig, by hosting its first Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis awareness.
University of La Verne students and parents cheered on their favorite teams as they competed at Sigma Kappa’s annual Ultraviolet Kickball Tournament Saturday at Campus West.
Jessica Faber and Rachel Stewart took first place in Alpha Omicron Pi’s first couples pageant Wednesday night in Morgan Auditorium.
The national business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi, was officially installed at the University of La Verne April 9. With 33 business students in the alpha class, ULV joins 286 universities as the Tau Omega chapter.
Rachel Klodell, sophomore liberal studies major and Iota Delta member, explains to Brian Rios, junior communications major, how to make a pledge to the Clothesline Project Monday in Sneaky Park.