In these unprecedented times, students at the University of La Verne have taken matters into their own hands and started businesses to support themselves and pursue their passion projects.
Writers Archives: Deja Goode
As the pandemic has kept us physically distant from just about everyone in our normal lives, students, along with everyone else, are relying more than ever on social media.
My senior year in college was supposed to be filled with laughter, fun moments with my friends, and self discovery as I approach the time when I am supposed to finalize my career. I have always been one with a plan, but it is safe to say the things I have experienced due to the […]
As local restaurants continue to suffer through the COVID-19 pandemic, students in the College of Business and Public Management have decided to take action with a campaign called Eat La Verne, which is meant to bring more business to struggling local restaurants.
While social distancing and shelter-in-place orders have kept us indoors, those of us who work out regularly have had to adapt.
La Verne community members have found various ways to maintain their emotional well-being and mental health even while sheltered inside and socially distanced from friends and, well, everyone.
Guests observed various vibrant art pieces showcased through six different galleries at the Claremont Art Walk on Saturday all while enjoying cheese, crackers and tasteful wine.
The Fairplex was packed with over 200 breeds of highly trained and perfectly groomed dogs Saturday and Sunday at the Beverly Hills Dog Show.
The women’s basketball team celebrated their senior night with a huge win against the Saint Katherine Firebirds, winning 122-59 Monday night at the Frantz Athletic Court.
The Black Student Union and the Multicultural Center teamed up for a day full of music, food, art, and games for the annual Black-Centric Festival on Saturday in Sneaky Park.