The Department of Agriculture is planning to do a nationwide meat inspection program that will allow pork plants to use their own meat inspectors.
Alumnus Rugere DePartee, class of 1974, prepares pasta for University of La Verne students at the La Verne Church of the Brethren’s free dinner Sept. 17.
Professional boxing judge C.J. Ross stepped down from her position on Sept. 17 and now the boxing world can exhale with relief.
Bleachers full of eager teams gathered at Wheeler Park Sunday morning in hopes of winning Sigma Kappa’s second annual kickball tournament.
The lights dimmed and conversations halted as Genevieve Feiwen Lee took center stage at the Bridges Hall of Music at Pomona College for her “Keyboard Delights” concert on Saturday evening.
Hillel, a Jewish club at the University of La Verne, hosted its second annual event Tuesday to celebrate the week-long Jewish holiday of Sukkot.
With more than 600 books already collected, La Verne’s College Republicans club looks to increase literacy in inmates nationwide through a book drive.
When the Campus Activities Board announced National Comic Book Day would be held on the South Quad on Wednesday, some students expected a miniature version of ComicCon, however all they got was what looked like a child’s 8th birthday party.
The Operation Predator iPhone app was released by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement to allow users to send anonymous tips and get news updates about sexual predators via mobile phone.
As technology and social media continually flood our environment, Yingxia Cao, assistant professor of decision sciences department, attempted to gain insight into the amount of social media used in University classrooms.