The University of La Verne Jazz Ensemble treated the campus to a great performance on Tuesday. The concert was arranged by J. Michael O’Neal, the Jazz Ensemble director and lead on the keyboard.
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Viking! This is a strange word in today’s times; however, at the University of La Verne it has taken a whole different meaning. When you hear that word, one individual comes to mind – Erin McAndrew, a liberal studies major with an emphasis in human development.
The University of La Verne was treated to a very entertaining performance by a group of musicians currently taking the stage as the Joe Jewell Band on April 30 in Founders Auditorium.
After finishing a five-day, 5,000-mile concert tour, the University of La Verne choirs gave an astounding performance Wednesday afternoon in the Quad as part of the lunch-time Music on the Quad series.
Once again it is that time of year when college students invest bundles of money for the trip of their life-time to some of the best known spring break spots.
The University of La Verne African American Student Alliance held its third annual fashion show last Friday at the Claremont Inn.
After canceling classes and activities last week in response to an alleged hate crime, the Claremont Colleges welcomed attorney and activist Connie Rice for a discussion of racial division.
“I was expecting to receive another envelope,” said La Verne Mayor Jon Blickenstaff before he re-announced Erin Zabarnick as the runner-up to a shocked crowd. Seconds before, he had announced the new Miss La Verne Sarah Davis as the runner-up.
The African American Student Alliance and the Institute for Multicultural Research and Campus Diversity presented Gospelfest Sunday in Dailey Theatre.
Just two years after its cancellation, the freshman course University 100 is scheduled to be reinstated in Fall 2004.