About 184 high school and community college students from across Southern California appeared bright and early for the annual University of La Verne Communications Day Oct. 24.
La Verne athletes in the Student Athletic Advisory Council visited Shull Elementary School in San Dimas last Friday to take part in Team Up Against Drugs Day, an activity for Red Ribbon Week.
Oaks Residence Hall D was alive with music and dancing last week. The entertainment was a fundraiser put on by the Office of Housing and Residential Life to support the American Breast Cancer Foundation in the spirit of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which ends today.
A weekend without celebration lies behind the University of La Verne soccer teams and their supporters.
The massive wildfires blazing across Southern California have filled the air with ash and pollutants, creating an unhealthy breathing environment, leaving students, particularly athletes, at risk.
David Zucker, director of “My Boss’s Daughter” and “Airplane!,” has decided to give the movie-going public yet another horror spoof to leave their stomachs turned and their wits diminished.
As part of the University of La Verne’s Celebrity Concert Series, Cory Jamison performed last Friday in Founders Auditorium.
Ways to help victims of the Southern California wildfires.
Lives have been changed. Futures have been remapped. Pasts have been incinerated.
My life is not any great story, nor is it all that interesting. There has not been a great deal of drama in my short time here and all in all, I have led what I like to call an unusually normal life.