Senior forward Saul Uribe came to the rescue twice in the same week to earn the Leopards wins in the final minutes against the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Stags and Whittier Poets.
Jason Neidleman, chairman of the history and political science department and professor of political science, shows no signs of slowing down. Besides being professor and department chairman, Neidleman has just published his latest book, “Rousseau’s Ethics of Truth: A Sublime Science of Simple Souls.”
A new exhibit titled “Emblem and Artifice: Withered Symbols of the War,” features chemigrams that display lost symbols from World War II.
University alumnus Steven Storbakken and a team of people from all different sectors developed an earthquake preparedness campaign, known as the Great Shakeout.
La Verne community members out early Saturday got to hear the music of Soundwave band while enjoying samples of persimmons and oranges at the La Verne farmers market, which has been in full swing Saturdays year-round for over a year.
The staged reading of the book “Citizen: An American Lyric” by Claudia Rankine, directed by Shirley Jo Finney and performed by theater department students, ended its four days of performances Sunday.
The darkness of the University Mall prepared visitors for what was waiting inside the haunted circus in Dailey Theatre on Tuesday night.
The NFL has been notorious for handing out ridiculous fines for mostly harmless acts including wearing wrong colored socks (yes, seriously) and celebrating after a scoring drive. But this season they are taking it to new levels.
Tim Sandoval, mayoral candidate for the city of Pomona, and Matthew Lyons, candidate for La Verne’s city council, share their experiences with local government alongside senior political science major and secretary for the College Democrats Mariela Martinez Oct. 19 during Cafecito con Politicos in the Hanawalt House.
Three professors analyzed the presidential candidates’ policy platforms at the Hot Spots lecture Wednesday in the President’s Dining Room.