Iota Delta, a local independent sorority that can only be found at the University of La Verne, is making strides to become recognized. On Sept.12, the women of Iota Delta premiered a website to make students and faculty aware of what their sorority has to offer.
Casino high rollers Steven Lau, Dan Le, Michael Irons, Christopher Miyasaki, Will Lawson and Sander Chau attended the annual Monte Carlo Night on Tuesday in suits and leather.
The International Students Organization held a fashion show on Wednesday.
Usual dinner at Davenport Dining Hall is not a special occasion. But that was not the case as it hosted “Taste Across The States” on Oct. 5. It was the first of many theme dinners to come for the year.
The skateboard has been replaced by an updated version of a classic. Until recently, children made their own scooters by adding a handle to their skateboards.
Living in college dorm rooms can be the most exciting experience of a young adult’s life. Roommates, parties, sororities, fraternities and meningitis?
Amongst the intolerable levels of white noise being blasted through speakers that lack the wattage to compensate for the Student Center’s poor acoustics, KULV broadcasts its signal to a diversified student body.
Style. A simple word can sum up so much. With style comes a sense of individuality, uniqueness and self-definition. Style is how one perceives oneself and how an individual wants to be perceived by others. One’s innate qualities are revealed through the style one portrays. Style is more than fashion; it is a way of […]
Every year the University of La Verne welcomes fresh new faces to the campus.
Michael Houdyshell, coordinator of campus activities and commuter programs, has reinvented and made innovative changes to change the Student Program Assistants (SPAs) positions to Commuter Program Assistants (CPAs). It is a program with the objective of getting commuter students to interact with the University of La Verne.