Al Clark, professor of humanities, presents his continuing project, “Oral History of the University of La Verne,” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room. Clark collects stories about the campus through interviews with faculty and alumni.
Once her cauldron of candies runs out, La Verne resident Lesa Blanto and her friends sit in their front yard, eat chili with cornbread and watch the trick-or-treaters.
The Latino Law Student Association held a celebration for Día De Los Muertos Monday at the La Verne College of Law.
La Verne is working to move into the future with its master plan, which looks to add new facilities, including academic buildings, residence halls and parking lots, to its main campus. However, with all of this planned construction comes unfortunate demolition.
A piece of cardboard can be an essential tool, like a paintbrush, for an abstract artist. If you have ever thought otherwise, then David Pagel’s lecture last week would have made you think again.
Junior running back Robert Fernandez holds back Claremont Mudd-Scripps junior linebacker Robby Weissenfels in the last quarter, to make room for senior wide receiver Alex Arellano against the Stags Saturday at Burns Stadium.
From a spooky carriage in front of the smoke shop to a worker dressed in a frozen yogurt costume handing out Sour Punch Straws, La Verne’s Halloween spirit caused a stir in the usually quiet town.
Maureen Davis and her two dogs, Lynn and Patty, dressed up as the Cat in the Hat and Thing 1 and Thing 2, winning the funniest pet costume at the Friends of Upland Animal Shelter costume parade and contest Saturday in Memorial Park in Upland.
In an epic comeback, the men’s soccer team defied the odds and snatched a victory right off the Redlands Bulldogs’ hands to convert a 2-0 disadvantage into a 3-2 road win Friday at Farquhar Field.
Junior driver and kinesiology major Joshua Vega scored two goals during the men’s water polo game against the Whittier Poets Saturday at the La Verne Aquatic Center.