Two Instagram accounts run anonymously by University of La Verne students, Benny the Bear and ULV’s Best Bathrooms, integrate social media with campus life and have become popular conversation topics as their followers anticipate their next post.
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Safety and communication are the city of La Verne’s top priorities, say officials, as construction of part of a 9.1 mile Foothill Gold Line extension project to build new stations from Glendora to Pomona is ongoing.
Personal narratives. Contemporary issues. Psychological explorations. Popular culture. These are just some of the things reflected in the “Mind + Matter” exhibition at Pomona’s American Museum of Ceramic Art.
The Los Angeles County Fair returned as the Bite-Sized Fair on Friday – after being cancelled last year – as a smaller version with a limited number of rides, games, food and shopping.
Art lovers and community members visited the art galleries at the Claremont Art Walk on Saturday. The event, which had been on hiatus due to COVID, is held from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. the first Saturdays of each month in the heart of the Claremont Village. It showcases art, photography, artisans’ crafts, live music […]
The University of La Verne appointed Emmeline de Pillis as the new dean of the College of Business and Public Management on July 12.
As the spring semester comes to an end, freshmen students opened up about their first year at the University of La Verne and agreed that maintaining friendships was essential to keeping the college experience alive in an exclusively online learning environment.
Due to the pause on live performances, the University of La Verne Music Department’s virtual recital featured both vocal and instrumental performances ranging from theatrical musical numbers to Spanish love songs at noon on May 7 via Zoom for an audience of 42.
University of La Verne students were able to learn about different countries and add to their travel bucket list at the Language and Culture Club’s Virtual World Tour, last week on Zoom.
Candice Garcia-Rodrigo, a University of La Verne alumna, will make history next week when she becomes the first Latina judge for the San Bernardino Superior Court.