Joe sat on the well-worn waiting room couch, nervously thumbing through People magazine. He could not stop himself from looking up every time someone passed. Moments later his girlfriend returns from the nurse’s office, slowly closing the door behind her. He does not even need to ask. The look on her face tells him what […]
Mario Perez, a 1992 alumnus of the University of La Verne, was named director of communications for the United States water polo teams.
Meet Ben, a bachelor only two days away from wedding Bridget, the girl he thought was the only one for him.
The University of La Verne men’s volleyball team clashed with the University of Southern California on Wednesday, and it was a classic case of David vs. Goliath. But this time, Goliath triumphed.
For years, young girls have sat in front of their television sets, dreaming of being on stage, looking radiantly beautiful and being crowned Miss America.
The Chapel was filled with beautiful sounds of music Wednesday, as Dr. Peter Green, assistant professor of music at Los Angeles City College, gave a recital that was sponsored by the University of La Verne Music Department.
Finally, spring break has perched upon the University of La Verne, mercifully allowing students to take a break from class.
NATO (the North Atlantic Treaty Organization) forces, led by the United States, attacked several military installations in the Yugoslav-province of Kosovo early Wednesday afternoon, leading to the largest military air strike in Europe since World War II.
The Harris Art Gallery’s newest exhibition, “Local Color,” represents work by eight critically acclaimed Los Angeles artists Kevin Appel, Linda Besemer, Ingrid Calame, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, Laura Owens, Monique Prieto, Pauline Stella Sanchez and video projection by Jennifer Steinkamp
Thank goodness spring break has finally reached the University of La Verne. And for most students, the vacation is a much-needed resting point in the middle of the semester.