Poet and Public Speaker Yosimar Reyes talked about the need to change the narrative on immigrants and how his own experience can be used as insight into the life and struggles of a modern, Latino immigrant on Oct. 15 via Zoom.
Jacqueline Elizalde, a senior business administration major at the University, is running for mayor of Pomona in the Nov. 3 election.
The University’s housing and residential life team is taking necessary precautions to keep those students living on campus healthy and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic while still trying to provide some sense of normalcy so residents feel at home.
Heritage Baking, a pastry shop owned by La Verne native Annie Fisher, is scheduled to open by the end of October in Old Town La Verne.
The Mission Tiki Drive-In theater in Montclair provides people the enjoyment of watching a movie on the big screen from the comfort of their cars.
Downtown La Verne’s outdoor-only restaurant dining, required because of Covid-19, didn’t stop a new shop from opening this summer. D Street Wienery – that’s “wienery,” not winery – hopes to make a lasting impression as the go-to place for “traditional Americano” hot dogs in La Verne.
Since quarantine started in early March, restaurants have struggled because of the safety protocols that have called for and take-out and outdoor dining only.
A sophomore biology major and resident assistant at the University of La Verne, Emely Ortega-Martinez appears to be like any other college student – young, athletic, studious and friendly. But she is also undocumented and one of the 700,000 DACA recipients in the United States.
Arthur Romero, a junior kinesiology major at the University of La Verne, spends every ounce of his free time working on his business, Binary Exercise And Sports Training, known as BEAST.
The University Chorale and Chamber Singers held their annual concert “Community Through Music” on Friday virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, immediately followed by a reception on Zoom.