Jaydelle Herbert explores the impact of women in football in this special podcast.
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The spring commencement coordinators hosted an in-person Grad Box Pick-Up parade at the University of La Verne campus Saturday, where graduating seniors received their graduation gift boxes and took pictures in their caps and gowns.
Mi Cocina Mexican Grill is the latest addition to D Street’s offering of restaurants. Its traditional Mexican cuisine got a welcome reception on its first day in business, Easter Sunday, its owners said. The restaurant offers a variety of favorites, such as asada fries, taquitos and molletes. Prices range from $6 to $15.
The Black Student Union hosted a virtual celebrity edition “Jeopardy” event in which University of La Verne students competed for the top prizes on Wednesday.
University of La Verne officials announced late Wednesday that the University has shifted gears and is now planning to hold in-person graduation ceremonies in mid-to-late June at an off-campus venue to be determined.
Sororities and fraternities’ spring recruitment numbers were significantly lower than last year due to the virtual setting as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic this past February.
Emily Zapata, senior radio major, created her podcast “Tales of a Chicana Woman” as a part of her senior project to share her experiences as a young Mexican American woman and provide advice for young adults as they move into the next chapter of their lives.
The Campus Activities Board hosted a virtual Scavenger Hunt event March 26 in which four University of La Verne students each created a one to two minute video completing one or more tasks to compete for prizes.
Denzel Stephens, junior psychology major and point guard for the men’s basketball team, has founded a clothing line called Ten Toes Apparel with his brother to give back to their hometown of Detroit, Michigan.
The University of La Verne Athletics Department created the La Verne Athletics Podcast in early February, to help the La Verne community stay connected to sports despite the extended suspension of in-person sports in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.