Trevor Thomson, member of the Karuk tribe, leads a sage burning ceremony Monday at Citrus Lawn before Xiuhtezcatl Martinez’s lecture.
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Marcia Chatelain, professor of history and African American studies at Georgetown University, gave insight about the experiences of young African American girls who went through Chicago’s Great Migration after the Depression.
Astrid Keel, associate professor of marketing, considered “An Empirical Examination of Digital and Print Magazine Pricing,” Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
La Verne softball pulled away from Whitworth in a 3-2 win Saturday, at Campus West. Softball would go on to sweep Whitworth in their two-game series.
After four years of volleyball, Kristen Sanchez will graduate this spring having collected the second most digs in school history.
Despite keeping the game close late in the second half, the Leopards were unable to secure a win, falling to the Occidental, 77-73, on Wednesday at Frantz Athletic Court.
Students in the honors program held an event that informed the public about genetically modified organisms in our foods as part of their senior project Wednesday in the Hanawalt House.
Students learned about customs from around the world and educated one another on different traditions and cultural practices at the International Educational Festival.
The debate team and Young Republicans presented a public debate on Tuesday evening regarding Proposition 6, which will decide if the current gas tax will be repealed.
With less than a week before Halloween, spooky season is creeping up on the University of La Verne, but it appears most students are winging their Halloween costume.