Ronny Cox’s songs and stories kicked off this semester’s Sundays at the Morgan concert series, 6 p.m. Sunday.
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“Amazing,” and “eye captivating!” are just a few of the words that fair goers used to describe the exhibit, PST: LA/LA, on display at the Millard Sheets Art Center at Fairplex in Pomona.
The stage was set with a grand piano and three chairs with amplifier cords draped over them, waiting to be plugged in by guitarists.
Professor of Philosophy and Religion Richard Rose reads from his recently published book “An Interreligious Approach to a Social Ethic for Christian Audiences,” published by Christian World Imprints.
Senior music major Isaac Estrada rehearses one of the jazz numbers for his senior recital, with saxophonist Tama Shutts Friday.
The University Mall was once fields filled with rows of orange groves; 125 years later, on April 27, that space was brought to life with music, food and games as the community gathered to celebration of the University of La Verne’s Founders Day.
Senior public relations major Noel Cabrera invited guest speakers Gary Mitchell, director of Planet Rehab in San Dimas, and Jay Jones, professor of biology and biochemistry, to discuss the environmental crisis of Costa Rica April 27 in the Arts and Communications Building 212.
The women’s water polo team finished third in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament, following two days of matches on Friday and Saturday at the La Verne Aquatic Center.
Strings of light twinkled against black curtains. The sound of hula music and thirty people clapping to the beat filled the room as 7-year-old Lola Sanchez’s hips swayed rhythmically.
Fear of the unknown, violence, and leaving all familiar things behind are themes in the history of the 1915 Armenian Genocide, but Armenian-American photojournalist Scout Tufankijan chose to focus on the present conditions of Armenians around the globe.