This fall the University of La Verne welcomed freshman Cody Smith to the music department. And in a few short months he has taken ULV piano performance to a higher level.
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How does it feel to travel around the country, trampling those with whom you come in contact? Just ask Stacey Lupu.
A strong player on the field and a strong person off the field, senior Gabe Lujan has been a leading contributor to the University of La Verne football team.
University of La Verne alumni Chris Arbizu and Obren Milanovic kicked off the first musical show performed at CoffeeBerry on D Street Friday night.
The sounds of Greg Greenway filled Founders Auditorium as he captivated the audience with his energetic stage presence and modern acoustic guitar playing.
The University of La Verne women’s soccer team closed its season this week with two disappointing Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference losses to the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and the University of Redlands – two teams they defeated earlier in the season.
Some of the characters of the Wizard of Oz, Adam Hilton as the Tin Man, Matt Cornell as Dorothy and Jason Haldeman as the Scarecrow, appeared on Halloween night, asking for “trick-or-treats” in the scary city of La Verne.
Fine romantic music filled Founders Auditorium Friday evening as student performers delighted an intimate audience with their individual pieces.
The University of La Verne men’s soccer team faced Cal Tech, looking for its second win against the Beavers Wednesday. The Leopards were able to shut out Cal Tech with a score of 3-0.
Cody Smith, a student of Timothy Durkovic, performed Ballade No. 3, Op. 47 in A flat major, by Chopin.