Philosophy. Existentialism. Theater. Criminal law. These four words do not seem to have much in common to most people, but to senior philosophy major Dustin Lorentz, they make perfect sense.
University of what? Where is La Verne?” These are typical questions I have received over the past four years from people who are not familiar with the area.
The University of La Verne’s Associated Students Federation (ASF) Forum met Wednesday, April 5 in the West Dining Room at 8:59 a.m. The forum attended to the discharge of business and largely therein to internal issues.
When one thinks of a library, hearing the sounds of a trio is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. However, the La Verne Public Library broke its image of complete silence on Saturday.
Although the struggle for a win continued for the University of La Verne women’s tennis team, sophomore Emily Hofer provided a highlight for the Leopards with an upset victory in the No. 3 singles match Saturday against Chapman.
The Institute for Multicultural Research and Campus Diversity presented a speech by Professor Emeritus of Psychology and Psychiatry Joseph White, who spoke at Founders Auditorium on March 28.
A display of American music was captured in a festive event on March 29 when the Lordsburg Trio had its 10th anniversary concert. The evening’s music mesmerized and entertained the audience.
The Far West Athletic Trainers Association and the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA) sponsored a three-day seminar for athletic trainers to interact and receive additional educational units.
Head coach Pat Widolff came back home from Whittier after the end of Saturday’s Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Quad Meet with a sense of contentment and pride for the track and field teams.
For many students, high school is held close to the heart, yet far from the memory. Too many times the person that one had lunch with everyday, simply becomes “that girl” or “what’s his name,” due to lack of communication.