This summer a variety of shoes are popular, and depending on how much money you want to spend, you can always find a good looking pair of shoes to go with every outfit.
“The Scorpion King” is an action-packed movie to be enjoyed by both children and adults.
After their third straight year of controlling the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, the softball team took its game to Tacoma, Wash., to battle it out with the top teams in their region. After two days and four games, the women would return to La Verne with a solid third place finish.
Ever wonder if those recycling cans on campus actually serve a purpose? Well, they do. The University of La Verne’s recycling program, led by Robert Beebe, assistant director of facilities management, is on the verge of expansion.
The University of La Verne football players will trade in pads for golf clubs on June 24 at Sierra Lakes Country Club in Fontana where they will host a golf tournament fundraiser.
Nick Ut, a Pulitzer Prize winning photographer, was the guest in Randy Miller’s Public Relations Methods class Wednesday.
Excitement loomed last Friday and Saturday night among the University of La Verne Chorale and Chamber singers when they performed in the two-night concert “Songs of Broadway.”
Dan Ross was the only undergraduate student from the University of La Verne who flew to British Columbia, Vancouver to give a presentation on his research paper.
The University of La Verne’s freshman class, U100, once mandatory for incoming freshman students, is being temporarily postponed to make room for changes.
The track and field team participated in two invitationals last weekend to improve their performance and qualify them for Nationals.