Three miles away in the Claremont village Día de los Muertos is celebrated with the beautiful decoration of store windows.
Cowboys, skeletons and pirates danced the night away to live music and entertainment at the Halloween Hop Dance for the Special Needs Population Friday night at the La Verne Community Center.
La Verne got into the Halloween spirit Tuesday with a fun campus-wide trick-or-treating event hosted by the Campus Activities Board.
La Verne community members out early Saturday got to hear the music of Soundwave band while enjoying samples of persimmons and oranges at the La Verne farmers market, which has been in full swing Saturdays year-round for over a year.
Children dressed up as vampires, princesses, superheroes and witches, some carrying pumpkins, paraded through the streets of the 35th annual Village Venture Arts and Crafts Faire, Saturday.
Not every Californian knows what to do if an emergency strikes. Thanks to certain student organizations, faculty and emergency services, the University of La Verne community devised a plan for everyone to stay safe.
Plenty of tumbles and falls were taken Oct. 12 at the University’s second skate night during the 2016 Homecoming Week put on by the Campus Activities Board.
Students enjoyed two nights of soccer, Latin music and hot chocolate Tuesday and Wednesday at the South Quad for the Latino Student Forum’s second annual soccer tournament.
Boston-based comedy hypnotist David Hall performed before a modest, but enthusiastic crowd Monday in La Fetra Lecture Hall.
Hillel, the Multicultural Club Council, the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life and the Center for Multicultural Services prepared to celebrate Sukkot with the annual building of the sukkah in Sneaky Park on Oct. 13.