Freshman Derek Keepers, an honors student at the University of La Verne, will show his support to the San Francisco AIDS Foundation by cycling in the AIDS/Life Cycle, a seven-day, 585-mile bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. The event will take place on June 6 and will end on June 12.
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The Career Development and Placement Center, sponsored by the College of Education and Leadership, hosted a school district fair and interview day last Saturday in the Old Gym.
On Wednesday the University of La Verne was treated to an entertaining and informative performance by world-renowned hypnotist Michael Mezmer.
Anxiety and stress continue to rise among college students and a profound yet simple alternative to traditional pharmaceutical solutions is taking hold in dormitories and campuses.
A few weeks ago, the University of La Verne told the Honors Program and the International Student Services that the University is planning on selling their houses on Third Street.
The Coalition for Diversity presented a panel discussion called “The Open University: Gay and Lesbian Issues in the Classroom” last week.
A unique element of diversity has been introduced to downtown Claremont in recent months with the addition of a new museum of Latino art.
For its first production of the new year, the Department of Theatre Arts has pulled out all the stops with its version of “The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charention under the direction of the Marquis de Sade.”
Professors at the University of La Verne do more than just teach on campus. Many teach at other colleges, perform in bands or publish books. English professor Kenneth Scambray is one of these.
When Amy Smith was originally recruited to come to the University of La Verne as a track and field athlete, she never expected to be an all-star on the volleyball team as well.