Some of the thousands of immigrant children recently taken from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border are being cared for at a facility for foster children in La Verne.
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In preparation for the 2028 Olympic Games, Los Angeles County is investing in its currently disjointed public transit system by bringing a new Gold Line train station to La Verne less than a block away from campus.
The La Verne Symphony Orchestra took an audience of more than 100 people through the ages with musicians of varying skill levels.
Anthony Hamilton, La Verne basketball player and track athlete, placed second in high jump at the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships despite never having trained for the event prior to this season and suffering a knee injury requiring two surgeries throughout high school.
Students, staff and faculty were evacuated from the Oaks dormitory, Barkley, Barkley Annex and the Arts and Communications building on Tuesday after a gas line rupture caused by construction outside the Oaks sent toxic gas into the area.
“Avengers: Infinity War” is a culmination of more than 10 years of cinematic character and plot development by Marvel Studios. After all this time, Marvel has finally begun to make momentous strides in their traditionally poor representation of women by creating female characters that are more than just a plot device.
The University of La Verne’s physician assistant program has received provisional accreditation through the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant. “The ARC-PA is one of the most difficult accreditations for universities to receive,” Provost Jonathan Reed said. “It is an extremely difficult and thorough process, and the evaluation is very strict.” The […]
The Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden filled its fields with a myriad of poetry from authors all around Southern California Saturday.
After facing sexual harassment and discrimination in her own professional life, Alma Martinez, associate professor of theater arts, and professional actress, is tackling the depiction of Latinx people in mainstream media.
Lyceum, a program that organizes concerts, recitals, art exhibitions and other events on campus, has been defunded. Its dissolution has been attributed to budgetary issues, partly deriving from a decline in student enrollment for the 2017-18 academic year. Lawrence Potter, dean of the college of arts and sciences, created Lyceum in 2016 as a way […]