The University of La Verne suffered its first casualty in the War on Terror this summer when alumnus and Army Cpl. Bernard Corpuz was killed in Afghanistan.
Army Cpl. Bernard Corpuz, a University of La Verne alumnus, was killed on June 11 in Ghanzi, Afghanistan by an improvised explosive device during a small arms fight.
The men’s water polo team put on quite a show last weekend at the Inland Empire Classic held in La Verne winning three of their four games.
The women’s volleyball team wrapped up the Pacific Coast Classic in Claremont on Saturday, defeating Willamette University from Oregon to finish the weekend with a undefeated record of 4-0.
The La Verne football team opened its season Saturday with a 28-21 loss to Puget Sound in front of a crowd of 789 at Ortmayer Stadium.
The newly renovated Pomona College Museum of Art displayed “A Sea of Possibilities” and “Hang Trees,” on Sunday evening.
Ninja stars sliced into the wall and gave an illusion of golden snowflakes, while a red gnome crouched near a flowerpot and tables covered with common household items were scattered everywhere. These were the imaginative sights of “Disillusion Systematic Organization (M.O.),” an exhibition by artist Martin Durazo.
Greek letters of vibrant colors begin to line walkways at the University of La Verne as sororities and fraternities prepare for recruitment. Not far behind is the Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, a recent addition to Greek Life on campus.
Eric Iberri Web Editor Greasy, fattening, unhealthy: the words associated with all things deep-fried. It was my task to ignore all health concerns and visit the Los Angeles County Fair with one goal in mind: eat a lot of deep-fried food. But I wasn’t ready to completely forget about my health, so I brought two […]
The fall semester has started, and the exchange student program welcomed new foreign students from four different countries to the University of La Verne.