On Monday, an apparent attempted theft led to the evacuation of the Sports Science and Athletics Pavilion.
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Students, staff and faculty were evacuated from the Oaks dormitory, Barkley, Barkley Annex and the Arts and Communications building on Tuesday after a gas line rupture caused by construction outside the Oaks sent toxic gas into the area.
On March 15, three police cars arrived at Sneaky Park after a new member presentation from historically black sorority Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. Shortly before, music was playing and people were mingling. Two Campus Safety officers pulled up soon after, reporting that the police were responding to a noise complaint.
One hundred fifty bright orange solar powered Spin bicycles arrived on campus April 5 in front of Miller Hall. As part of a new bike sharing program at La Verne, the wheels are available to students for 50 cents every half hour or $14 per month with unlimited use. Spin, founded in San Francisco in […]
Campus safety officer Jerry Espinoza examines the site of the recent theft of the letters from the University sign at Second and D streets. The spate of letter thefts began in February.
When she was in high school, Colleen Flores would question police officers while they filled out their reports at the restaurant where she worked.
Nicholas Ceballos, a freshman behavioral science major, was arrested and removed from his Studebaker-Hanawalt dormitory room at approximately 12:38 a.m. Tuesday for allegedly making criminal threats to his former high school. Ceballos was released from West Valley Detention Center in Rancho Cucamonga after posting a $50,000 bail that same day.
A University of La Verne student struck three parked cars Monday afternoon on the third floor of the campus parking structure.
Third Street in La Verne is usually loaded with parked cars, students crossing from the dorms to Davenport Dining Hall and patrols by the La Verne Police Department and Campus Safety.
The week after the Las Vegas shooting, Interim Campus Safety Director David Keetle sent a university-wide email with guidelines for what to do in an active shooter situation.