As the rain gave us weeks of wetness and cold, the sun has finally begun to shine on Southern California, promising warm days ahead.
Writers Archives: Laura Bucio
Hundreds of women gathered at the Fairplex in Pomona March 20 for the 15th annual Women’s Conference.
On March 23, the University of La Verne hosted a distinguished speaker panel to discuss physician aid-in-dying and proposed California legislation modeled after the Oregon Death with Dignity Act.
Since the Athens Campus was shut down last September residents at the Oaks have been moved to the Sheraton in order to make room for the Greek students who get priority at the dorms on the University of La Verne main campus.
The sweet smell of cookies filled the room while in the library, a little girl picked a book from the shelf and read as she waited for her tutor. Hard to believe this little girl is one of many children in the local area that have trouble reading. This is what donors see when they […]
La Verne residents chose newcomer Don Kendrick and incumbent Dan Harden to fill two city council seats in unofficial results of Tuesday’s election.
Scholarships are now easing the financial burdens for many students attending the University of La Verne College of Law in Ontario.
Celebrations for Black History Month continue at the University of La Verne as the month of February comes to an end.
After a year of absence, the University of La Verne’s model UN returns to the annual National Model United Nations conference in New York this March.