The University of La Verne African American Student Alliance held its third annual fashion show last Friday at the Claremont Inn.
More than 150 students and faculty filled Dailey Theatre last Friday to remember a campus employee and a true friend, Ernie Granillo. He died peacefully at his home in La Verne on March 16.
A Claremont McKenna professor was placed on paid leave after an investigation by the Claremont Police Department and the FBI concluded that she may have been responsible for vandalizing her own car in a highly publicized incident earlier this month.
“Hey-hey, ho-ho, ignorance and hate have got to go!” So went the chant at the recent “peace” rally at the Claremont Colleges.
The over-the-counter diet pill industry is rapidly growing, thanks to a society where bigger usually means better – except when it comes to weight.
I used to tell my mom, a middle school teacher, that I could never be a teacher; but now, I’m not so sure.
If there is one thing that is consistent at the University of La Verne it’s the complaints about Davenport Dining Hall: about the food, the service and the dining experience as a whole.
Last weekend the University of La Verne women’s water polo team competed in the Claremont Colleges Tournament where they swam with some tough competition in the pool.
The proposed cuts to the Cal Grant program should end up being less severe since the recent passage of Proposition 57, though cuts will still be felt by California College students.
Last month the David and Margaret Home in La Verne launched the Parent Project, which is a 10 to 16 week parent training program designed specifically for parents of strong-willed or out-of-control adolescent children.