Marcus Eriksen, co-founder of 5 Gyres Institute, sailed from Long Beach to Hawaii on a raft kept afloat with plastic bottles to raise awareness about plastic pollution in marine environments. Eriksen shared his story, the organization’s discoveries about plastic pollution, and its effect on marine life with an audience of 40 people Friday in LaFetra […]
Grace Xia Zhao, assistant professor of music and artist-in-residence, chose highly personal pieces for her piano recital, “All Things You Are,” Sunday in Morgan Auditorium. The performance was part of the music department’s Sundays at the Morgan concert series.
The La Verne softball team broke its three-game winning streak Saturday after losing the second game of a doubleheader to Pomona-Pitzer, 7-5, at Campus West.
One hundred fifty bright orange solar powered Spin bicycles arrived on campus April 5 in front of Miller Hall. As part of a new bike sharing program at La Verne, the wheels are available to students for 50 cents every half hour or $14 per month with unlimited use. Spin, founded in San Francisco in […]
April showers bring May flowers and denim on denim. The warmth of the new spring season is permitting some new spring trends to blossom. Stores like Nordstrom have seen denim and floral prints fly off the shelves this season.
The La Verne softball team capitalized on walks and timely hits to sweep the Chapman Panthers Saturday at Campus West. The Leopards won 7-2 in game one and 4-3 in game two. The team is now 17-11 overall and 12-4 in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, putting them in second place.
After facing sexual harassment and discrimination in her own professional life, Alma Martinez, associate professor of theater arts, and professional actress, is tackling the depiction of Latinx people in mainstream media.
The African American Museum of Beginnings showed the film “Pray the Devil Back to Hell” Saturday, closing their March series of Soul Cinema.
Sophomore pitcher Cody Norman threw a complete game gem allowing three hits while striking out 14 in the Leopards’ win, 3-0, over Occidental in the first game of a doubleheader Saturday at Ben Hines Field.
Claremont police and fire fighters are still investigating the cause of an explosion that tore apart a single family home Monday on the 200 block of W. 12th Street near the Claremont Village. According to the Claremont Police Department’s public log, police received a call for a fire at 2:53 p.m. at this residence.