Adria Barbosa-Torregrosa has added Spanish flavor to the performing arts departments of the University of La Verne.
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The Vietnam Memorial Wall is one of the most visited monuments of the United States. On May 1, a replica of the famous wall found a temporary home at Miller Park in Fontana.
“Hamlet,” the current theater production at the University of La Verne, surprised and entertained audiences last weekend.
Sword fighting, ghosts, revenge, love and suspense are what can be expected from the production of “Hamlet” taking place this weekend and next in the Dailey Theatre. “Hamlet” is theater major Sam Guzik’s acting senior project.
The Catz in the Hatz offered last Saturday’s audience at the Hip Kitty in Claremont an enjoyable night of jazz and good performances.
The recent exhibit at the Harris Art Gallery, “Naturally Synthetic,” offers a new view of the natural and manmade worlds, and the human relationship to them.
“Reviving the Soul of Teaching: Balancing Metrics and Magic,” a book written by Education Professor Peggy Redman and her cousin and fellow ULV alumnus Terrence E. Deal was recently chosen by the National Staff Development Council’s Book club.
“A Memory, A Monologue, A Rant, and A Prayer,” a play composed of several short monologues, marked the celebration of V-Day at the University of La Verne on March 6.
The Bible is often used by the anti-gay movement as a weapon against homosexuals. That was made clear in the film “For the Bible Tells Me So,” which was screened Sunday at the La Verne Church of the Brethren.
Jill Daves, a Los Angeles-based artist, utilized the texture of the walls to create the latest exhibit at the Tall Wall Space, “Divots and Bumps.”