The University of La Verne women’s track and field team traveled to Claremont to compete with some of the selected best in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in the Claremont Classic Track and Field Meet, Saturday.
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Savoie Complete Hair Solutions makes an artistic statement in newly revamped old downtown Pomona.
With La Verne’s limited local hot spots, students hit the freeways to get to their favorite hangouts and have a good time.
Is there anything Kenneth Marcus cannot do? Not only is he assistant professor of history at the University of La Verne, but he is also an accomplished historian, writer and musician.
Pieces of wood litter the ground and sawdust flies through the air, blanketing the floor of the woodshop.
The men and women’s track and field teams took the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference by storm as the women took first place honors and the men took fifth last weekend at Pomona-Pitzer.
Guitarist Ian Christensen of the band Wilderfolk and the Family Jugg performs every Thursday night during Rico Coffee’s open mic night.
The University of La Verne softball team swept Occidental this past weekend in three games. The Leopards outscored the Tigers by a total of 24-4 in the series.
As you walk into the small coffee shop, the ambience of pastel yellow, blue and pink captivate you. Murals of rolling hills with lush green grass and a stairway that leads into a bookshelf bring the atmosphere of a Spanish Hacienda to your footsteps. As you continue to the counter Millie, the owner, says hello […]
In its 10th year, the Master of Science, Leadership and Management Program’s Coffee, Cake and Conversation series welcomed Samuel Culbert, co-author of “Don’t Kill the Bosses!” who addressed the complex nature of business and the importance of change in the traditional chain of command.