Peer mentoring is one way the University of La Verne offers help to students, said Sarah Dunn, professor of kinesiology, about her recent study on stress that both the tutor and tutee undergo during a peer mentoring session.
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Several seniors presented their senior projects in an exhibit titled “Wumbology” Tuesday night in the Harris Gallery.
Claremont hosted an art exhibition focused around the concept of light.
The Greek tragedy “Ajax” taps into the mind of Ajax, a soldier who has been through the Trojan War and suffers from post-traumatic-stress disorder as a result. The production, directed by Sean Dillon, opened last weekend in the Dailey Theatre and runs through Sunday.
Rafael Liebich, adjunct professor of piano, performed with violinist Alex Russell and soprano Ariel Pisturino Sunday in Morgan Auditorium Most of the pieces Liebich performed were composed by French composer Claude Debussy, who wrote poetry along with his compositions.
The Fairplex hosted its second annual Dia de los Muertos celebration last Saturday.
“The Incongruous Body,” an exhibit at the American Museum of Ceramic Art, uses humor as a way to understand the human body.
The Andrés Espinoza Band, a Cuban band, performed “Crossroads” and livened up the night with a Latin flair that incorporated instruments which conducted deep, rich tones consisting of the bass, trumpet, saxophone, congas, piano and drums.
“Edifice Artifice,” an exhibit created by Cole M. James, is currently on display in the Tall Wall Space in the Arts and Communications Building.
Alumni gathered at the University Oct. 5 for an alumni awards reception and other activities to kick off homecoming.