A good thing this week was that the main focus of the first annual Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi Delta Theta charity basketball game were the children of the LeRoy Haynes Center. The event was held in the Supertents Monday night.
Unity and competition were promoted this week as the five Greek organizations on the University of La Verne campus participated in the annual Greek Week.
The city of La Verne had its Farmer’s and Fiesta markets, which were held on Saturday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Responsibility and patience are virtues that Mario Guerrero has gained in the 22 years of his life. Next year, he will need those factors to thrive during his final year at the University of La Verne.
On Tuesday, the Human Resources Department put on the annual University of La Verne Employee Benefits Fair.
When walking down the street, a mother and daughter see an outfit in the window. The mother says, “I remember when I used to wear that.”
Are ads for egg donors appropriate?
On May 28 there will be about 200 undergraduate students walking into Ortmayer Stadium to participate in the commencement. However, six of them will not be graduating.
Placing higher than all previous University of La Verne speakers, sophomore Ryan Knowles earned the No. 10 ranking in the nation at the recent American Forensics Association National Championships, held April 14-17 in Lincoln, Neb.
Dr. Rhoda Kachuck came to the University of La Verne with great dreams and aspirations. Now she leaves with more knowledge gained than she sought to teach or learn.