The University of La Verne swim and dive team hosted a bake sale fundraiser for Andrew Tompkins, a former ULV diver who after he battled and defeated osteosarcoma cancer in 2018, learned recently that the cancer returned, this time as stage IV metastatic osteosarcoma.
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Three cars were vanalized in a campus lot earlier this month, Ruben Ibarra, director of safety operations reported last week.
Halima Aden, a Somali-American, made history as the first model to grace the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue cover in a hijab and burkini – a first for the magazine that was founded 65 years ago.
Joanna Vergoth boarded a plane from New York to Kentucky to meet with a survivor of female genital mutilation and promote legislation to make the practice of genital mutilation illegal on May 6.
At first glance, people would not assume I am Middle Eastern, specifically Palestinian. I always thought my large nose easily gives it away, but my name is the first indicator that I am a Muslim.
Three University of La Verne communications students won the audience award at the eighth annual San Bernardino International Film Festival last weekend.
Provost Jonathan Reed, a scholar of religion, early Christianity, and archaeology of ancient Mediterranean and Jewish religion, spoke about what the Bible reveals concerning homosexuality in honor of the month of Gaypril.
After taking a year off to receive 18 rounds of chemotherapy with three different chemotherapy drugs, three surgeries and plenty of physical therapy sessions to learn how to walk again, Andrew Tompkins, sophomore business administration major, has returned to the University of La Verne.
Six University of La Verne students and recent alumni won a total of seven first- and second-place awards in the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence western regional contest recognizing college journalism published in 2018.
Jordan Peele, who has become a mastermind creator of modern horror films after his 2017 movie “Get Out,” does not disappoint with his latest film “Us.” The film depicts a horrific and gory view into people’s worst enemies: themselves.