On a chilly Saturday evening at the Church of the Brethren in La Verne, the University of La Verne’s music department hosted a Christmas concert with choir and instruments in an Antonio Vivaldi performance.
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If there is one thing to be gleaned from the whole Tiger Woods mistress fiasco, it’s that the American public eats it up like leftover mashed potatoes.
The football team tried its hardest to win the last game of the season against the Chapman Panthers, only to lose, 17-14.
The baseball program held its First Pitch Banquet Dinner, on Tuesday in an effort to better acquaint the faculty, alumni, new baseball players and their families with one another before the baseball season starts.
With “A Serious Man” the Coen brothers deliver a picture that is both funny and sad about a man who knows himself, his morals, and his intellect, and yet suffers setback after setback.
Many students may not have known about the memorial outside Wilson Library until a few recently took notice and felt the modest memorial – to two ULV students who were killed in World War I – deserved better.
The Harris Art Gallery has a new exhibit. “Tomorrow Never Knows,” includes sculptures as well as paintings, depicting an almost ephemeral flourish of animals and humans.
Tom Abdenour, head athletic trainer for the Golden State Warriors, spoke to 24 athletic training students on Monday. He touched on a variety of topics ranging from terminology used among athletic trainers, to interactions with the media and details of his own personal life.
The women’s soccer team fought hard against the Wheaton College in Illinois on Monday but lost in a tough game against the out of state team.
The Hot Spots series continued Thursday as the University of La Verne debate team took on the issue of whether amnesty should be given to immigrants who live in the United States and have not passed the citizenship exam.