The Dailey Theatre at the University of La Verne has been the host of many theatrical productions, but now presents more than just a play.
Steven Kent, adjunct professor of theater arts, is more than just a professor at the University of La Verne. He is accredited as being a director, workshop leader and activist.
John Joines, a senior music major at the University of La Verne, said he simply loves music.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Nov. 10, 2000.
Every day hundreds of underage children are being exposed to scenes of violence, sex and inappropriate language. Children watch as their heroes kill a room full of people with guns, rob stores and disrespect others by using foul language. These children are not witnessing these types of situations in their neighborhood or home, but someplace […]
The Rage has died out. Early in October, Zack De la Rocha, frontman for the intense, politically charged, hard rock band Rage Against the Machine, stepped down.
At the Four Seasons Hotel in Los Angeles, the cast of the new film “Little Nicky” met to present a panel discussion on the film
With a love of hot rods, custom cars and rock and roll, three men came together and envisioned an idea that they hope will be the first of a yearly Halloween tradition.
For some people life is hell, but Nicky lives in hell, literally, because his father is the Devil.
Limp Bizkit, the band that had almost every male from the age of 12-30 in backward red Starter caps, is back. In their highly anticipated third album Limp Bizkit does justice to fans by rarely straying from the metal/rap genre that gained them recognition with their last album, “Significant Other.”