The smell of tacos and potatoes wafted through the air like an end-of-summer barbecue as people gathered for the annual California Beer Festival on Saturday at Frank G. Bonelli Park in San Dimas.
It has been more than a month since Officer Darren Wilson shot and killed unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
The University of La Verne prides itself on the safety of its campus, but after a Blue Light tower was removed from in front of Miller Hall, it was questionable what we are more proud of, the safety of students or the aesthetics of the art and sculptures that were donated.
The Los Angeles County Fair offers its visitors a wide variety of carnival rides, games, shopping venues and most importantly, food.
Sexual assault is a horrifying and heinous act that happens far too often. On college campuses it’s epidemic, with one in five predominantly female students becoming victims, according to the Justice Department.
The women’s volleyball team started its 2014 season with a 4-1 start, hoping to dominate the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and take on regionals this season.
“The Katsinam: A Hopi Living Tradition” has culturally taken over an exhibit at the College of Law, making a grand opening on Sept. 4.
The women’s soccer team has high hopes for this season, with a goal of making into the conference championship at the end of the fall tournament.
“The Laramie Project,” performed by the theater department, shared a poignant message about a hate crime that happened in the city of Laramie, Wyoming back in 1998.
Kristine Butterly, adjunct professor of speech communication, graduated from La Verne in 2010 and is back four years later to follow her passion for education. At the age of 25, Butterly uses her age to relate to students.