Over the summer the University of La Verne recognized Raymond “Chip” West’s contributions to ULV with a promotion to assistant dean of student affairs and assessments.
Writers Archives: Lindsey Gooding
The newly renovated Pomona College Museum of Art displayed “A Sea of Possibilities” and “Hang Trees,” on Sunday evening.
Eric Iberri Web Editor Greasy, fattening, unhealthy: the words associated with all things deep-fried. It was my task to ignore all health concerns and visit the Los Angeles County Fair with one goal in mind: eat a lot of deep-fried food. But I wasn’t ready to completely forget about my health, so I brought two […]
If there is one love locals and tourists have a guilty pleasure for, it is the return of the largest annual county fair in the nation.
The Sports Science and Athletics Pavilion opened the doors of the newly renovated weight room and cardio room May 8, with a special open house on May 11.
The West African Drum Ensemble proved that the “rhythm is going to get you” at its performance May 13, held in Founders Auditorium as a part of the music department’s Kids Music Club.
For weeks there has been a buzz about the premiere of “Eh-Day!” a sketch comedy television show produced by two University of La Verne seniors. Yesel Manrique and Louie Arreola, both television broadcast majors, finally unveiled their TV show last Saturday in the La Fetra Lecture Hall.
The La Verne baseball team ended its season at home as part of a three-game series against the Cal Lutheran Kingsmen.
Since the start of conference play the La Verne baseball team has struggled, recently falling to Pomona-Pitzer in a three-game sweep that extended its losing streak to 10 games.
Uncontrollable gasps and giggles leaped out of the audience Wednesday night as they experienced a show unlike any other.