The 17th annual Claremont Wine Walk took place Saturday in the Claremont Village with a sold-out crowd of 1,700 people in the small, lively downtown area.
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La Verne women’s soccer could not break a tied with the Dallas Crusaders, as the game ended in a tie, 1-1.
T.J. Randall was named the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference field athlete of the year after dominating the throwing events at the SCIAC Championships.
Anthony Hamilton, La Verne basketball player and track athlete, placed second in high jump at the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Championships despite never having trained for the event prior to this season and suffering a knee injury requiring two surgeries throughout high school.
The Associated Students of University of La Verne, ASULV, hosted a student strategy meeting Monday with Loretta Rahmani. They wanted to discuss the University’s 2020 vision, which included the launch of the La Verne Experience, and a planned increased focus on health education and services.
The Muslim Student Association welcomed students to be part of a congregational prayer led by Darvish Ali Salami, April 20 in Sneaky Park.
Grace Xia Zhao, assistant professor of music and artist-in-residence, chose highly personal pieces for her piano recital, “All Things You Are,” Sunday in Morgan Auditorium. The performance was part of the music department’s Sundays at the Morgan concert series.
The La Verne softball team broke its three-game winning streak Saturday after losing the second game of a doubleheader to Pomona-Pitzer, 7-5, at Campus West.
Fairplex presented “Spring in the Farm,” where families from local communities were invited to learn about the American agriculture from activities and workshops Sunday morning.
Sophomore pitcher Cody Norman threw a complete game gem allowing three hits while striking out 14 in the Leopards’ win, 3-0, over Occidental in the first game of a doubleheader Saturday at Ben Hines Field.