Writer-producer Gay Walch, famous for writing the Warner Brothers Network’s “Summerland,” came on Tuesday to the University to share her experience with Kurt Inderbitzin’s Mass Media class.
With the election only four days away, most students at the University of La Verne have made their decisions and are getting ready to head to the polls to cast their votes for President.
People dressing their dogs up as witches, angels, pumpkins and cowboys this Halloween should be aware of the specific risks to pet safety accompanying the holiday.
The women’s volleyball team flexed its muscles in total domination and showed why they are the No. 5 ranked team in Division III, routing Whittier, 3-0, in 54 minutes Tuesday night at the Supertents.
The Sustainable Campus Task Force at the University of La Verne is looking for ways to save money through conservation and sustainability. Ventilation, recycling and obtaining complete control of the irrigation system are among its top priorities.
After three years of head-butting and constant miscommunication with her coach at Cal State Los Angeles, senior middle blocker Tricia Schary decided to transfer to the University of La Verne.
This month marked the opening of a new local attraction, the Fairplex Scareplex. The creators of the Queen Mary’s “Shipwreck” in Long Beach developed the concept and design of the new attraction. However, the Scareplex was a big loser compared to “Shipwreck.”
There was music in the air last Friday night when two University of La Verne faculty members from the music department put together their annual concert with a spiritual theme: “Music of Faith.”
It is that time of year to decorate your house for Halloween and the fall season. And what better way to begin than with pumpkins?
The elections are next week and I know exactly who I am voting for; but that does not reassure me that the direction of this nation will change.