The American Psychological Association has re-accredited the Doctor of Psychology program at La Verne for the next five years.
Writers Archives: David deBos
A team of La Verne students has taken the lead in an online business competition, beating out 1,600 other schools from across the country for the top spot.
Last weekend’s opening of Dion Johnson’s “Shadows and Vistas” in Pasadena was a departure for him to something simpler, yet just as intriguing. Held at the Project 210 Gallery, the small live-and-work space nestled in a cluster of other studios set the mood for Johnson’s “Vistas” pieces.
Greek Week was in full effect on campus this week, with the annually anticipated event rolling out new challenges to keep the competition high.
Several Art students from the University of La Verne found their work on display at the California State Capitol last month as part of the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities fourth annual Student Art Show.
With election season over across the nation, the University of La Verne is just getting started. In hopes of getting the word out about both voting and the candidates involved, ASULV hosted a movie night on Monday in Founders Auditorium.
Two computers were stolen from separate locations on campus last week.
With the economy in peril, education looks to hold strong even as costs rise.
If you had exchanged the Powerade and pizza slices for a pint of Guinness and a meat pie Wednesday, you may have thought you were in Ireland.
This weekend’s closing of “The Red Show” at the dA Center for the Arts saw a slightly less populated crowd than on opening night, but spirits were still high.