The University of La Verne is not presenting its yearbook in the traditional hardcover form this year.
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Unity and competition were promoted this week as the five Greek organizations on the University of La Verne campus participated in the annual Greek Week.
Today there are five teams. By Monday, only one will continue its quest to win the NCAA Division III National Softball Championship.
International Student Services, along with various organizations, held its annual Multicultural Fair from April 25-27, entitled “Many Voices, One World.”
The city of La Verne police department has developed the Serious Traffic Offender Program (STOP) to decrease the number of traffic and driving under the influence (DUI) collisions, the number of speed limit offenders and the number of those driving with a suspended or revoked license.
Few students at the University of La Verne have yet to notice a group of go-lucky undergrads jumping around Sneaky Park once a month.
Anyone driving through downtown Covina is sure to have seen it. It is not hard to miss a spaceship suspended above the skeleton of a restaurant or a UFO Center sign attached to the building that used to be a bank. No, the city of Covina has not taken drastic redecorating measures. What it is […]
The Snowboard Club introduces students, who are avid skiers and snowboarders to each other and aides in associated activities throughout the winter and spring snow seasons.
A 31-year-old Pomona resident drove her Suzuki sport utility vehicle into the side of a Metrolink train at 4:12 p.m. Tuesday afternoon.
If one is looking for a place to eat with friends, a significant other or simply likes to shop, then people can head down to Claremont Village.