Michelle Enfield of the Red Running Into The Water People clan, born from the Black Streak Wood People clan, presented the history of Native Americans and the term ‘two spirit’ which she recently chose to identify as.
As the audience sat underneath a splatter of colors, the University Chorale and Chamber Singers performed “True Colors: Exploring Diversity Through Musical Expression” Friday in Morgan Auditorium.
The men’s water polo team traveled to Axelrood Pool in Claremont on Saturday and suffered a loss to Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, 12-10.
After a dominating 42-23 statement win over Whittier and a disappointing 35-17 loss to Redlands, it was important that the La Verne football team stay focused in its senior day game against Occidental Saturday.
After a change of ownership in July, new hours, and a new menu helmed by Executive Chef Arthur Siler III, Pappas Artisanal is ready to dominate D Street.
The Fairplex hosted its second annual Dia de los Muertos celebration last Saturday.
On Thursday more than 20 students with blue tape covering their mouths gathered outside of President Devorah Lieberman’s office in Founders Hall, demanding a list of changes to address the University’s treatment of minority groups on campus.
Nearly 120 people of various faiths came together in celebration of unity Sunday for the 10th annual Interfaith Walk. The walk spanned more than two miles between Claremont and Pomona and took participants through visits to Muslim, Jewish and Christian houses of worship.
The Andrés Espinoza Band, a Cuban band, performed “Crossroads” and livened up the night with a Latin flair that incorporated instruments which conducted deep, rich tones consisting of the bass, trumpet, saxophone, congas, piano and drums.
The La Verne Leopards’ energy helped them get a bounce back win against the Redlands’ Bulldogs in a three-set sweep, 3-0, Tuesday at Frantz Athletic Court.