When you think of volunteering and service, all you think of is the time you will be ‘wasting.’ What people fail to realize is that service is a fulfilling experience that is worth the time it takes.
It is a typical Thursday night and there is nothing to do. After a day of classes, any source of entertainment sounds appealing. That would be the case on any other Thursday night, but not last week.
Tucked inside the quaint senior citizen community of Hillcrest Homes in La Verne is a one room beige house. This house serves as a bookstore for the city of La Verne, where the customer decides the price of the item. A path leads the customer to the door as a world of imagination is set […]
A night filled with harmony and unity, and not to mention fun. This description matches the events that took place on Tuesday, as the Brothers Forum and African American Student Alliance, with help from the Institute for Multicultural Research and Campus Diversity, held Fun Night in the Student Center.
It is Tuesday night. Everyone is busy primping in front of their mirrors. College students everywhere are preparing themselves, putting on funky club clothes. People wear just about anything from vinyl pants, to glitter and knee-length boots. After a while, everyone is ready to let loose and party the night away at one of the […]
In the month of February, African-American history is celebrated throughout the nation. The University of La Verne has also created a variety of events to take part in the celebration.
As David Werner, chair of the English department begins his Monday afternoon Shakespeare class, he looks around the classroom at his students. The undergraduates in this class are struggling though, to receive their associate’s degree in the hope of forging ahead in their respective careers.
Every year countless people engage in an activity that most would choose to avoid. With persistence, they muster enough strength to stand on their feet for hours upon hours while they contemplate their next move. Children’s screams and yells echo loudly off walls as parents peek blindly through mountains of cardboard.
The College Panhellenic Association and Inter-Fraternity Council put up a Christmas tree decorated with Greek ornaments as a place where students can leave their donations of canned foods or wrapped gifts.
With the grand opening of the new drive-thru Starbucks coffee shop scheduled for Jan. 6, this popular coffee shop will be sure to attract customers from La Verne as well as its surrounding cities.