The smell of delicious beans and and barbecue chicken wafted in the air, with the sounds of funk and soul music and dancing Saturday during the “Welcome Black” event Saturday afternoon in Fasnacht Court.
Writers Archives: Darcelle Jones-Wesley
Ceramic artist Nicole Seisler discusses her creative process and motivation during an artist talk for the opening reception of her exhibition “Holding Patterns” Saturday at the American Museum of Ceramic Art.
The University of La Verne and the city of Ontario are negotiating property exchanges that could allow the University to expand its Ontario presence via the new college of health and possibly other programs.
Members of the La Verne community gathered in the xeriscape garden between Hoover Building and Woody Hall to dedicate a plaque and bench in honor of Kim Martin, former professor of anthropology, who died in 2019.
The University of La Verne has a special COVID cleaning crew to go around campus and disinfect touch services, especially if there is a positive case in that building.
A small group of seven students, staff and faculty gathered at the Ludwick Center lawn to build a sukkah in celebration of the beginning of the Jewish holiday Sukkot.
Dan Kennan, adjunct professor of sociology, cleanses Trevor Thomson, a member of the Karuk Tribe of California, with wing and sage in preparation for a sage blessing ceremony Sept. 10 at the Ludwick Center.
Fred Brashear Jr., adjunct professor of photography, printed his photograph “Endemic Treasures #7” on special paper made from a Joshua Tree.
Felicia Beardsley, professor of anthropology, discussed whether there are alternate ways to properly date the prehistoric site of Nan Madol in Pohnpei, Micronesia, without destroying its natural foundation during a faculty lecture in the Quay Davis Executive Board Room on Tuesday.
Photography Club president Brady Keegan and vice president Darcelle Jones-Wesley photograph in the Japanese garden at the Huntington Library in San Marino on March 15. / photo by Maddie Ybarra