University of La Verne journalists cleaned up – capturing numerous top awards including second place in the “Best Newspaper” category, first place for “Best Magazine,” and first and second place for “Best TV Feature Segment,” 2005 – in a regional Society of Professional Journalist contest last week.
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With a weak story line and poor on-screen chemistry, “Stick It” managed to send itself into a downward spiral from its very start.
Abundant citrus groves; quaint small town charm; a close-knit community – La Verne’s city art exemplifies all of these things and more as a new addition will be added to an entrance point into the city.
University of La Verne employees filled Sneaky Park on April 19 for their annual benefits fair.
Melodious tunes filled Founders Auditorium April 8 as Cody Smith graced the piano keys for his senior piano recital.
“Here’s my life, make an offer.” This sign greeted audience members of “Rocket Man,” a student produced play at Pomona College directed by Jake Stoebel, which debuted April 13.
With spring break fast approaching, many students will soon leave behind their books and classroom notes in exchange for some much anticipated fun in the sun.
As of last month, Stephen L. Lesniak, 57, became the newly appointed Dean of Regional Campus Administration.
The NewsOne Bureau walls in the Prospect Studios in Los Angeles are lined with pictures of ABC News’ greats, like Barbara Walters, Hugh Downs, John Stossel and Diane Sawyer. Between the walls covered in these well-known faces is the less familiar, yet equally important Rod Jackson piecing together the behind-the-scenes news events for ABC News […]
With an array of melodies pouring out from behind him, Chris Williams, jazz vocalist, took the stage in Founders Auditorium Friday.