CAB held an annual event, the La Verne Soakfest, on May 10 at the University Mall that included squirt guns, french fries, free tank tops, soak zones and a foaming bubble pit.
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The Greek drama “The House of Atreus” by Aeschylus is the most recent production by the University of La Verne’s theater department.
Artists of the Pacific Islands gathered in LaFetra Hall to present their work as part of the opening day for the Contemporary Samoan Art Exhibition.
A powerful position can have its pitfalls, which Colin Powell learned as the first African American to serve as Secretary of State. This was the story told in the play “The Agony of Colin Powell,” starring Lavelle Wilson, Friday and Saturday in Dailey Theatre.
Associate Professor of Writing Sean Bernard shared his newest short story, a modernization of Hansel and Gretel called “Woodland” on Monday.
Sunlight entered the University of La Verne chapel through its blue and amber windows as the gospel choir, led by Assistant Professor of Music James Calhoun, practiced “My Life, My Love, My All” by Kirk Franklin.
Brandon Jacoby, senior biology major, grills up free barbecue during the Global Medical Brigade’s Rock painting event Wednesday, despite the afternoon rain.
The Spring Egg Hunt started the San Dimas Family Festival with a bang as families gathered at San Dimas Civic Center Park to celebrate the occasion Saturday.
Progressive theologian and visionary minister Bishop Carlton Pearson gave two lectures titled “What has Hell to do with It?” and “Emerging Spirituality” on March 22 in Morgan Auditorium.
Students and faculty attended a discussion panel, which focused on Los Angeles Times photographer Michael Robinson-Chavez’s photographs of the poverty-stricken gold mining community in La Rinconada, Peru, March 8 in Morgan Auditorium.