If you are a resident of Rancho Cucamonga the name John Kera will be a name to remember over the next few months. Kera, a junior political science major at the University of La Verne is running for mayor in the city.
Writers Archives: Kourtney Brumfield
Summer is here and there’s no better time to start planning for next year.
William “Chill Will” Catlett gathers a group of students outside the ACB building.
All right women of La Verne, it’s that time again. The time many of us dread — bathing suit season.
The sounds of a Bay Area house party resonated through Founders Hall on April 21 as Pierre Campbell, a.k.a P. Skinny, brought style to the house for his senior project sponsored by the Lordsburg Debate Union.
Rosy cheeks and fresh eyes filled the classrooms of La Verne on Monday as another Greek Week was laid to rest and students got some much-needed sleep.
Brass buttons, chunky stripes, navy and white clothing – all things you would associate with nautical fashion, and this spring the chic trend is sailing into stores.
Cleanliness is godliness when it comes to men’s shoes; sanitation and style may play a larger role for a man’s little black book than he ever realized.
Prospective students and current University of La Verne students gathered last Friday in Davenport for the Spotlight Weekend dance.
University of La Verne sophomore Constance Mayaki entertains herself while waiting to participate in last Tuesday’s Phi Sigma Sigma Basketball Game.