Often found at the Terra Vista Farmers Market in Rancho Cucamonga and markets across Southern California, Scoops on Tap, an unusual ice cream-making business, has made a name for itself with its handcrafted and original and ice cream flavors.
After dropping the first game of their series in Redlands on Friday, the Leopards sent their seniors off triumphantly by winning both games of the doubleheader on Senior Night on Saturday. It was the first series win for La Verne on the year and put their final record at 4-5 for the pandemic-shortened 2021 season.
The spring commencement coordinators hosted an in-person Grad Box Pick-Up parade at the University of La Verne campus Saturday, where graduating seniors received their graduation gift boxes and took pictures in their caps and gowns.
Mackay MorganArmstrong, sophomore kinesiology major, and Ryan Konrad, sophomore communications major, were elected as the president and vice president respectively of the Associated Students of La Verne for the 2021-2022 academic year.
With over 20 trails with scenic views of the terrain and flowers in bloom, Chino Hills State Park offers a variety of workouts for those who prefer to exercise outdoors.
Alexys Ortiz, junior psychology major, poses for her close up during the filming of her solo performance for the Musical Theatre class final project Saturday at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Glendale.
Patricia Taylor, associate professor of education, shared her career journey via the concept of planting seeds on Tuesday at her talk titled “With seeds in my hair: the journey, the destination, and steps along the way” via Zoom.
The city of La Verne is working on a project of new retail and residential units that, along with a commuter rail station, is expected to bring new business and visitors to the city and the University.
Candice Garcia-Rodrigo, a University of La Verne alumna, will make history next week when she becomes the first Latina judge for the San Bernardino Superior Court.
Monica Rosas, University of La Verne 2020 graduate, and Emma Garcia, junior creative writing and psychology major, were the featured poets for the Spring Student Poetry Series last Friday.