Kyeesha “Mika” Makekau, a native of the state of Hawaii, arrived at the University of La Verne this semester to become the first ever female football player.
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Riverside resident Alan Silva carves a smush face pumpkin Tuesday at Pumpkin Nights at the Fairplex.
The long-anticipated Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research is up and running – and open to students, faculty, staff and alumni.
Clinical and child psychologist Nicole Mahrer Malotte started her position as assistant professor of psychology in the Doctor of Psychology program full time at the University of La Verne this fall.
The newly opened nautical themed restaurant Don Baja Grill serves perfectly seasoned Mexican food to satisfy anyone at a reasonable price.
The Inland Empire Museum of Art hosted an art show and discussion panel titled “Female Artists: Past and Present” as a part of the museum’s monthly Art Talks.
Treesje M. Powers, a spoken word artist and co-host, performs the opening act of “Lionlike Mindstate” Friday at the Millard Sheets Art Center at the Fairplex in Pomona.
The University of La Verne’s 10th annual Lavernapalooza on May 2 came and went but the memories from that night will live on for many students.
Seven students enrolled in the Life Drawing and Painting classes have displayed their work of paintings and life drawings in an exhibit titled, “You Are A Light,” in the West Gallery, located in the Campus Center.
After finishing last season in seventh place in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with a 5-9 record, the women’s water polo team defied all odds this season finishing with a 9-5 record that got them into the postseason.