For those who want to explore their artistic side and make a masterpiece, the closest place where creative juices flow is called the Mud Shack. Located on Foothill Boulevard, the Mud Shack is an entertaining studio where people of all ages can let go and decorate ceramics.
College is the time in a young person’s life where decisions seem to be the most important. Decisions regarding a student’s future are perhaps the most difficult. Young adults are at a crossroads; some are not sure which path to chose, others know exactly which direction to follow.
Heads bobbed, television cameras rolled and brass glittered under the bright lights in Founder’s Auditorium as the blues and R&B band Reno Jones performed at the University of La Verne community on Wednesday, at 8 p.m.
Freelance photographer Julie Brown captures intense moments before a wedding and children’s emotions while boxing in a project titled “Simple Gifts.”
Only in America could a man convicted of killing 168 people in the deadliest bombing in U.S. history ask to have his execution televised and have his request be given consideration.
Campus news for the week of March 9, 2001.
Leading up to the Feb. 23 airing of the Grammys, a controversy arose due to the pairing of two singers. For those unaware, Eminem has been highly criticized for his albums – both good and bad.
Indoor soccer Intramurals have become a social and athletic event on Thursday nights brought to the University of La Verne by the Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum.
Housing at the University of La Verne has a difficult time pleasing students. And as the school populace grows, the housing situation becomes more complex.
The University of La Verne golf team came out ready to play in the 51st Southern California Intercollegiate Golf Championships on March 1-2. The Leopards took the College Division title and scored fourth overall in the tournament.