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Last Thursday, the La Verne Fire Department received a call reporting a suspicious smell coming from Founders Hall.
by Melissa Betsy Lau Editorial Director The house lights of the Cabaret Theatre cast a golden glow on the mosaics lining a small portion of the theatre floor. In close proximity, the real mosaics of the play are situated comfortably in various positions while they rehearse their lines for Samantha Kern’s senior project “Missing Pauses.” […]
The University of La Verne’s Campus Diversity Initiative held a poster session last week on Fasnacht Court following the town hall meeting.
It is a late Wednesday night. Your night class just ended at 10 p.m. and your stomach is still growling, just like it was throughout Professor so-and-so’s lecture. You have a choice set before you.
The Associated Student Federation’s Commuter Fair Wednesday in the quad attracted both resident and commuter students.
All aboard the tram leading to the annual Great American Train Show. Families and train enthusiasts alike chugged their way to Fairplex to wander the two halls and peruse train models and items to add to their collections.
The model Jewish Seder attracted about 40 people last Wednesday in the President’s Dining Room, who participated in the ritual Passover dinner.
For more than five months, the Book-N-Bean Bistro was a neglected space inside the University of La Verne bookstore, but this month it will be re-opened as Faith’s Comfort Foods, and potentially, La Verne’s newest hot spot.
One could not have scripted a better start for the University of La Verne softball team in its weekend series with Whittier College.