I come in at 10 a.m. every morning thinking of the million and one things I have to do. I am greeted with the smiles and hellos of my peers who also inhabit the place I call my home.
Writers Archives: Gloria Diaz
Athletic, intelligent and spiritual are the best words to describe the outstanding University of La Verne track and field athlete, Lakia Pearson.
The Associated Student Federation Forum discussed a proposal for its reconstruction among other topics in an open forum last Wednesday.
The University of La Verne baseball team defended its Southern California Athletic Conference Title in dramatic fashion last Sunday afternoon at Ben Hines Field.
I think I might have to pinch myself. It can’t be happening. I mean, this is something I have always wanted, but I never thought it would actually happen.
The University of La Verne softball team completed their season on Saturday by capping a three game sweep over Whittier.
Shakespeare enthusiasts gathered for the fourth annual William Shakespeare Birthday Bash on Tuesday.
International theater director Georgij Paro shined a new light on the University of La Verne’s theatre department with a dramatic play called “Life’s a Dream,” written by the Spanish playwright Pedro Calderon de la Barca performed this week.
The Institute for Multicultural Research and Campus Diversity held its third annual poster session Wednesday as part of its ongoing effort to make diversity on campus more universal.
The University of La Verne concert choir was practicing “Elijah Rock” for its concerts on April 15 and 16, when Associate Professor of Music Scott Farthing frowned at the sopranos and, motioning them to stop, said they were not giving it their all.