The Campus Activities Board teamed with the Hope 4 Homeless Youth Campaign and the Church of the Brethren to collect food and clothing, and to raise awareness of homeless college students on Monday at Sneaky Park.
Crazy Inspiring Asians, a panel organized by senior public relations major Joshua Bay as part of his senior project, showcased the insights of Asian Americans and Pacific Islander leaders in the La Verne community on Wednesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
In honor of Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage Month, University of La Verne Souljourn organized a tour of the His Lai Buddhist Temple in Hacienda Heights on Sunday.
Cactus Coffee hosted its first business meet up on May 2, encouraging future entrepreneurs and business owners to attend and discuss what it takes to open a business.
Sigal Diamonds serves a French red blend at the seventh annual Sip of La Verne Wine Walk on Saturday.
I have an admission: I am of Native Hawaiian descent and I have never tried poke.
Growing up in Rialto, Dyamond Gray was exposed to different cultures and influences. Gray would see people ride their horses on the sidewalk as she looked out the window of the school bus.
Thousands of laughing and smiling guests gathered last weekend to enjoy carnival rides, lots of fried food, live music and a pie eating contest Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the 22nd annual Upland Lemon Festival.
Recent Twitter threads suggest that some people have the weirdest food combining habits.
LaFetra Lecture Hall was filled with laughter and cheers at Cards Against Hypnosis Monday night where David Hall, stage comedy hypnotist, hypnotized 10 student volunteers to about 80 people.