The war over computer supremacy rages on with more and more debate concerning which computer rules: Macs or PCs?
Valentine’s Day at the University of La Verne would not be complete without candy, cards and clubs.
It had been a long time since I had been out on the dance floor. Four years to be exact, so I was not sure what to expect when I heard that Campus Activities Board and their Special Events coordinator Sam Dauz was putting on a learn how to swing dance event.
Alpha Omicron Pi wants young women who value friendship, scholarship, and service to be charter members of the sorority. During the spring semester, they will be holding recruitment events where potential new members will have the chance to make history at the University of La Verne.
Last weekend at the Fairplex, the Asian American Expo celebrated its 26th annual event and the Asian Lunar New Year.
Spring semester’s Campus Activities Board events got off to a slow start at 7 p.m. on Feb. 7, with a billiards tournament in Leo’s Den.
The search for this year’s Christmas centerpiece began Saturday as the Heritage Park Christmas Tree Farm opened and offered a chance for local families to enjoy the holiday nostalgia that sweeps in with the colder weather.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year again, when every store window is doused with plastic snowflakes and red velvet Santa Clauses and, once again, those crazy Christmas fanatics are on the prowl, sporting their three-dimensional Christmas sweaters in celebration of their die-hard Christmas spirit.
Stepping into Los Angeles’ original center of commerce, its self-proclaimed and preserved birthplace, a quest to find jumping beans seemed too commonplace, too insignificant.
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.