Many University of La Verne students and advisers are preparing for their January interterm trips. The students will go to Belize; Guatemala; Cuernavaca, Mexico; and Italy.
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A special toy drive was held at the University of La Verne’s Sneaky Park on Nov. 20, where volunteers waited for local residents, students and staff to make toy donations for children who are victims of abuse or whose mothers are victims of domestic violence.
The University of La Verne men’s cross country team placed 12th overall at the NCAA Regional Championships Saturday at Prado Park in Chino with 328 points and a team average time of 29:06.32.
Many visitors to the Great American Train Show have made collecting model trains a family hobby for generations.
The University of La Verne’s Communications Department held its fifth annual “Halloween Live” on Halloween night in the Arts and Communications Building. Children were all smiles after making an appearance on LVTV3 and receiving candy from Billy Bob, the hillbilly host of “Halloween Live.”
It is that time of year to decorate your house for Halloween and the fall season. And what better way to begin than with pumpkins?
Richard McKee, President of Californians Aware, spoke to a group on Wednesday, Oct. 20 about the Brown Act, a state law that requires decisions by city councils, school boards and other legislative bodies to be made in open meetings.
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority held its annual Rock-a-thon Oct. 5 and 6, raising $431.50 for the National Kidney Foundation.
The Kids Music Club held its first concert of the year Saturday in Founders Auditorium. The second annual concert series kicked off with Jonathan and Cindie Rothe presenting “Bring Your Hands and Ears.”
The athletic department has a new member. David Johnston started this fall as strength and conditioning coach.