Memorial Day weekend sets a milestone for both University of La Verne graduates and the commencement speakers who have been chosen from representatives of the La Verne community.
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With La Verne’s limited local hot spots, students hit the freeways to get to their favorite hangouts and have a good time.
Buying and selling of books on the Internet is ULV Professor of Biology Jeffrey Burkhart’s hobby, a hobby that makes him a little extra money.
International theater director Georgij Paro shined a new light on the University of La Verne’s theatre department with a dramatic play called “Life’s a Dream,” written by the Spanish playwright Pedro Calderon de la Barca performed this week.
Sarah Weddington, who made a name for herself by successfully arguing the Supreme Court Case Roe vs. Wade, reflected back on her law school experience as she spoke before an audience of roughly 200 at the College of Law Tuesday.
Ben de Ayora, junior television broadcasting major, took University of La Verne’s message of diversity and put it into action by forming the first ever Hip-Hop Club.
Hillcrest Homes and the La Verne parks and community services department held its fifth annual Gardenfest on Saturday for parents to spend time with their kids.
Sneaky Park lost one of its two oak trees last month thanks to recent record rainfall that soaked the surrounding soil.
The University of La Verne held its first Peace and Education Conference targeting K-12 teachers on March 5.
From Louis Vuitton to Coach to Dooney and Bourke, women are spending more than $200 on an accessory that carries their wallet, cell phone and lipstick.