Walking down the lazy tree-lined streets of La Verne creates a sense of comfort for a student with a hectic college schedule; this is where time is worth a grade, and every moment is valuable and intensive.
The La Verne Heritage Foundation gives back to the community several times a year. This past summer, it was finally time for someone else to give back to the Heritage Foundation.
One-of-a-kind art to play, display, watch and munch was featured at the Harvest Festival at the Fairplex in Pomona last weekend.
The Second Annual North Pole Winter Sports Expo was a must for every sports enthusiast this weekend in Pomona at the Fairplex in Building 9.
Successfully battling physical and emotional injuries, Todd Bischoff prepares to face the next hurdle in his life.
Sophomore Annie Parker bowled a 107 with three strikes in the Turkey Bowl, held Nov. 16 in the Frank and Nadine Johnson Family Plaza.
Audience members crammed themselves into the Ice House’s main entertainment room Sunday, Nov. 19, to laugh and drink the night away at some of comedy’s up-and-coming talent.
Imagine you just jumped out of a helicopter and are now standing at the top of a mountain in Wyoming.
Recently the Food and Drug Administration approved a vaccine to prevent the Human Papillomavirus, the sexually transmitted virus that causes cervical cancer among other things. The vaccine is called Gardasil.
Even though most traditional undergraduate students at the University of La Verne were not born yet, most of us still remember “The Gong Show.”