The University of La Verne celebrated Veteran’s Day Monday by announcing a $2 million donation from Sara and Michael Abraham to the Center for Veteran Students Success.
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The Preventing Animal Cruelty and Torture Act, or PACT Act, which would ban extreme acts of cruelty against animals, was approved by both houses of Congress and is expected to be signed into law by President Donald Trump.
Roughly 300 people attended the Homecoming street fair that kicked off at Sneaky Park where alumni, students, faculty and staff swarmed to the activities and food trucks Saturday.
The School of Arts and Enterprise, a charter school in downtown Pomona, showcased its horror themed exhibition Saturday.
The Petterson Museum of Intercultural Art at Pilgrim Place is hosting an exhibit titled “Gods and Monsters.”
This week the Faculty Senate voted to support a test-optional admission policy, under which students applying to the University would no longer be required to submit their SAT or ACT scores with their applications.
Edwin Vasquez spoke last week about his art exhibit “Refractions” at the Metro Gallery in Pomona last week.
Todd Gray, a Los Angles-based artist described the reasons behind his exhibit “Euclidean Gris Gris,” Saturday at the Pomona College Museum of Arts.
Guests were drawn in by the colorful atmosphere and the intricate art pieces at the Harris Gallery’s “Secret Garden” exhibit, which had its opening reception Tuesday.
Some of the University of La Verne’s science labs are getting long-awaited and much needed makeovers.