When University of La Verne Communications professor Scott Essman woke up on March 9, he thought he was in for a normal day as a professor. Little did he know he was about to start a battle fighting the virus that has wreaked havoc across the globe.
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During these surreal times, musical artists around the world have had to adapt to the challenging circumstances of their daily lives being turned upside down.
Student athletes at the University of La Verne have been partaking in different ways to remain fit and active, as well as staying connected with fellow teammates and coaching staff, with the campus shutdown for the COVID-19 pandemic.
The coronavirus has impacted our lives all around the world, but none more than the healthcare workers on the front line that are keeping the world as safe as it can be.
At a point in time when inspiration and motivation are in high demand, Shannon Benine, associate professor of photography’s expertise in inspiring and telling stories through imagery during times of crisis is, well, inspirational.
For the past several weeks, everyday life for University of La Verne students has been a whirlwind of emotion and uncertainty. For international students in particular, the need to make a fast decision to either stay on a mostly deserted campus or move back home was one they never thought they would encounter.
The women’s water polo team co-hosted the 2020 Convergence Tournament last weekend, where they gathered momentum throughout to end with a 3-1 record.
The men’s golf team started its conference season off last weekend with a middle of the pack finish at the first two rounds of the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference at Tukwet Canyon Champions Course in Beaumont.
The women’s golf team remains upbeat despite a bottom-table finish at the first Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament, posting a team score of 764 at the challenging Via Verde Country Club last weekend.
The women’s golf team started their spring season losing to Pomona-Pitzer 380-335 last Friday at Via Verde Country Club.