For several years now the top two teams on ULV’s varsity debate team have been attending the Oxford IV in Oxford, England.
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KULV is always doing something to promote the radio station, and this time it is interactive.
As one of the activities in “The Big Read” program conducted by the city of Pomona, the film “The Milagro Beanfield War” was featured on Nov. 29 in the Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center.
Coming from an assistant coaching job at Sacramento State, Richard Reed, a La Verne alumnus, is proving to be a great addition to the La Verne men’s basketball team.
Autumn was in the air when hundreds of Radio Flyer wagons flocked to the Cal Poly Pomona campus’ annual Pumpkin Festival on Saturday.
Between Live Oak and Fruit Street, the Athletic Training Student Club can be seen every two weeks on Sunday morning cleaning up trash on the side of the 210 freeway.
Some were appalled, some were not even surprised at the truth behind swindling credit card companies that prey on the weak and cause devastation for citizens alike was revealed in James D. Scurlock’s “Maxed Out.”
Susana Reisman’s “Disk Inventory,” exhibited in the Tall Wall Space located in the Arts and Communications building, has peaked students’ interest as they try to figure out what exactly it is.
“Ephemeral: Explorations in Light” portrays five new age artists who use a combination of light, darkness and often projectors at the Claremont Museum of Art that will be displayed until Nov. 18.
The University of La Verne has a new men and women’s cross country head coach who plans to push the team beyond their own expectations.