A University of La Verne student was rushed to the Pomona Valley Community Hospital emergency room after a backfire from a prop for the current student production, “The King Stag,” exploded in the Dailey Theatre workshop on Nov. 20.
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Progress is finally being made to the once dismal appearance of the residential lounges.
With more than 500 prospective students and parents in attendance last Saturday, the University of La Verne was the host for its annual Preview Day.
Being a first year college student can be exciting, but leaving the comforts of home for a place of unlimited freedom can be the true testament of how you live your life when you think no one is watching.
The hall was abuzz as people of all ages attended the “L.A. Live: Contemporary Art in Los Angeles” art exhibit’s opening reception Saturday at the Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery at Scripps College in Claremont.
With the promise to reveal the new Sara and Michael Abraham Campus Center in 18 months, a bulldozer revved its engine and dug up a large piece of earth to ceremonially represent that construction on the new center had begun, on Saturday.
Receiving fearful phone calls from a younger sister trapped on a San Diego college campus, a brother risking his life to fight the uncontrollable fires. Finding out a volunteer evacuation has been assigned for her own neighborhood – all while she was over an hour away from her closest family members.
The general education requirements for fall 2008 are changing – but don’t freak out.
Lauren Moon has always made a name for herself, but in 2007 she exploded when she was crowned Miss La Verne, spoke at her graduation, graduated from the University of La Verne with a 3.94 GPA and was crowned a top 10 finalist in the Miss California Pageant.
A sense of boundaries is torn down as James Turrell presents his unique exhibit of neon lights at the Pomona College Museum of Art.