Downtown La Verne at 4 a.m. is dark, quiet and lifeless– until you approach Miss Donuts and Bagel. The smell of baking dough covered in sweet frosting wafts down the silent street, and the ones there to enjoy it are students who heard about the magic of the place, when the rest of the city […]
Writers Archives: Conor Holahan
La Verne defeated Cal Lutheran in a doubleheader at Campus West March 11.
Last month, California State Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, presented the Let Our Communities Adjust Late Night Act, in which local governments could move their last call time for purchasing alcohol between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. at their own discretion
D Street comes to life every Saturday morning when La Verne community members enjoy healthy local produce at the farmers market. The farmers market is home to various local farmers and serves as a platform to connect consumers to the agricultural industry and healthy living.
La Verne outfielder Isaiah Cruz bunts for a shot at first base against Cal Lutheran during the second game of a doubleheader Sunday at Ben Hines Field.
University of La Verne students have come together for the project “Letters of Love,” which was started in response to a hate letter received in December by the Islamic Center of Claremont.