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.
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ULV fashionistas are donning masks with their favorite colors, music artist, and sports teams. Some are using masks to promote a cause, promote equality, or make another political statement.
Thomas Allison, assistant professor of legal studies, discusses the social determinants of health in his lecture, “Compassionate Public Discourse,” Tuesday at the weekly faculty lecture series in the Executive Board Room.
The recall election for Gov. Gavin Newsom has become a critical election for the citizens of California as it will determine the future of the state in multiple ways.
Juan Calderon, a construction worker on the Foothill Gold Line light rail project, hammers rail joints to ensure the Metro line tracks are up to safety standards Monday at the construction site at the corner of D Street and Arrow Highway in La Verne.
Laurie Rodrigues, associate professor of English, lectures Tuesday about her recently published book, “The American Novel After Ideology,” in which she analyzes the paradox of ideologies in novels from 1961 to 2000.