Rhythm, prose and talent brought a full crowd to the Eturnale’ D’Vine poetry jam at 8 p.m. on Dec. 1.
Writers Archives: Amira Seyoum
On Tuesday night, the University of La Verne music department presented the Lori Andrews Jazz Harp Quartet. Although admission was free for students, not many filled Founders Auditorium.
“She’s only been buried for one week and already many have forgotten her.” That anonymous quote was on the flyers that covered the school for the Rosa Parks Memorial Celebration.
Last Tuesday Los Angeles based artist Jaime Scholnick held the reception for her site specific installation “Phallacies Series, Part 1” at the University of La Verne Tall Wall Space.
Sister Circle has started this school year with new goals, new standards and a new attitude. With the departure of their advisor Keisha Bentley, the women of Sister Circle had to take matters into their own hands.
Thursday night the University of La Verne chorale and chamber singers held its first concert of this year’s series. It was an informal night of folk music from around the world, including Chinese, Japanese, English, Canadian, Australian and African-American spiritual songs. The performances included upbeat music and mellow arrangements, providing a dynamic range that kept […]
Delta Sigma Theta sorority held a Breast Cancer Awareness Forum Thursday night in the University of La Verne’s West Dining Room.
The University of La Verne held its second annual book drive to benefit the Literacy Center from Sept. 19 through Oct. 10.
Joseph Bruchac, renowned Native American storyteller, author and educator spoke at the University of La Verne’s 2005 edition of its Fasnacht Lecture series, held Sept. 29 in Founders Auditorium.
Rico Coffee held a benefit concert for the victims of Hurricane Katrina on Sept. 20. The band King Nosmo came up with the idea for the concert.