Students at the University gathered last week for a texting and driving awareness event hosted by the Campus Activities Board in collaboration with the Associated Students of La Verne.
When she wakes up, her first breath determines how the rest of her day will go: whether she’ll have to miss class or skip the lunch she planned to have with a friend.
Senior public relations major Noel Cabrera invited guest speakers Gary Mitchell, director of Planet Rehab in San Dimas, and Jay Jones, professor of biology and biochemistry, to discuss the environmental crisis of Costa Rica April 27 in the Arts and Communications Building 212.
The “freshman 15” is the 15 pounds freshman are expected to gain – in theory or reality – in college due to stress, dining hall food, drinking and lack of exercise. Students here, however, debate whether it’s really a thing.
The Netflix show “13 Reasons Why,” based on a novel by Jay Asher, tells the story of Hannah Baker, a high school student who recorded tapes about the people she blames for driving her to suicide. While some critics praise it for sparking discussion of suicide, bullying and rape culture, others say that its graphic […]
Roughly 1,300 visitors toured Old Town La Verne sampling wine and food while listening to live performers for the fifth annual Sip of La Verne wine walk.
Students, faculty and friends and family of the performers filled Morgan Auditorium for their last concert of the year, titled “125 Years of Barbershop” Sunday.
Marching down the Pacific Coast Highway on the Alameda Street overpass, Native American leaders Grey Wolf, Shannon Rivers and Oslo Chiowani lead thousands of community members and activists to the Tesoro refinery in Wilmington Saturday.
Members of the University of La Verne debate team considered whether food with genetically modified organisms should be labeled accordingly on Tuesday in La Fetra Hall in the Mainiero building.
Centuries of culture and heritage decorated the Pitzer Square with an after party encompassing local musicians.