The men’s basketball team fought a closely contested game against the Redlands Bulldogs Wednesday night at Frantz Athletic Court, but ultimately lost, 79-73.
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An intimate crowd was taught an eye-opening lesson about gentrification by La Verne honors program students Nov. 29 in the La Fetra Lecture Hall.
Extra cash can be hard to come by for students with a full-time class schedule and heavy workload.
Tucked away in the Pomona Arts Colony sits the dA Center for the Arts which is currently showcasing “Aztlan: A Sense of Place,” another establishment of the Latin American and Latino Art exploration, “Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA.” Visitors are greeted by large murals with bold colors and textures that fill the first floor of the […]
Thrill seekers awaited entry to Dailey Theatre Tuesday night as “A Living Nightmare” waited to feed upon their deepest fears.
Students, faculty and staff filled nearly every seat surrounding the large round tables that filled the Marian Miner Cook Athenaeum Monday evening at Claremont McKenna College.
Nearly every seat in the Ann and Steve Morgan Auditorium was occupied Wednesday night as Pulitzer Prize-winning author Viet Thanh Nguyen discussed his newest book, “The Refugees,” the University’s “One Book, One University” selection this year.
Accountability and training were just a few of the topics concerning students and community members at the Campus Officer Safety Forum held Monday evening by faculty and campus safety members.
The Jaeger House, at Second and E streets is the University of La Verne’s very own historical research museum.
With American flags in hand, the audience was eager to either hiss at the cape-wearing villain or cheer on the heroes and heroines at the “Peril of the Polls, which opened Sept. 15.