In a continued effort to blanket the Inland Empire region, the University of La Verne has opened its doors to a new campus building in its Victorville High Desert Campus.
With the list of soldiers to memorialize growing longer each day, Veterans’ Day was more than just another bank holiday this year. More than a soundbyte or a yellow ribbon, what does it mean to support the troops?
Model train enthusiasts young and old headed to the Great American Train Show at the Fairplex in Pomona last weekend.
It’s no secret that college life is exhausting these days. But what college students go through is very often misunderstood by faculty and parents who reminisce about their own college experiences as a time with few worries and responsibilities: “The good old days.” Things have changed.
The United States’ involvement with the war in Iraq has now stretched to seven months and counting. And while the Bush Administration declared an end to major combat May 1, our armed forces are still engaged and facing hard.
To the grammatical cretins from SAE who wrote the word “awsomest” on the Rock:
Amid the political upheaval world events and media coverage that perpetually shape the lives of every person in contemporary society either directly or indirectly is an opportunity for Americans to be more critical observers of the news.
Smooth piano and violin sounds, emerging to classical melodies, filled Founders Auditorium Tuesday night, as violinist Ida Levin and pianist Timothy Durkovic took the audience on a musical trip through time and space.
Andrea Labinger, professor of Spanish at the University of La Verne, had a book signing last week for “An Empty House,” which she recently translated from Spanish.
The overwhelming critical and commercial success of Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill” has re-ignited the timeless debate about what should be considered “appropriate” behavior inside a fictional film world.