In their first home swim and dive meet of the year, both La Verne teams won convincingly over Caltech on Saturday.
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With holiday season upon us, the city of La Verne kicked off its holiday festivities with its annual Christmas tree lighting ceremony outside city hall on Monday.
Backbreaking labor and substandard working conditions contrasted by vibrant colors and smiles can be seen in “Lime Turf.”
Coming from an assistant coaching job at Sacramento State, Richard Reed, a La Verne alumnus, is proving to be a great addition to the La Verne men’s basketball team.
A group of about 40 people gathered Saturday night in the Chapel to listen to Choral Cabaret, a recital of various songs performed by the University of La Verne Chamber Singers and University Chorale.
Former Cal Poly Pomona student Matthew Mitchell was remembered on Oct. 6, the anniversary of his death after being struck by a vehicle in 2005.
No trickery was needed in a dominating performance of the La Verne men’s soccer team as they defeated Whittier 4-1 on Saturday.
A courtroom in purgatory where the devil wears Gucci is the setting for the trial of Judas Iscariot. The scene takes place in “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot,” a play by Stephen Adly Guirgis and the latest production from ULV’s department of theatre arts.
“Ephemeral: Explorations in Light” portrays five new age artists who use a combination of light, darkness and often projectors at the Claremont Museum of Art that will be displayed until Nov. 18.
The University of La Verne Leopards began their football season under the leadership of new head coach Andrew Ankeny.