Landscape photographer Julie Shafer recontextualized American westward expansion through an environmental lens for the last entry in the Carlson Gallery of Photography’s artist conversation speaker series of the academic year. The gallery hosted Shafer’s exhibition, “Parting of the Ways,” May 6 via Zoom, and saw over 40 students in attendance.
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With over 20 trails with scenic views of the terrain and flowers in bloom, Chino Hills State Park offers a variety of workouts for those who prefer to exercise outdoors.
The city of La Verne is working on a project of new retail and residential units that, along with a commuter rail station, is expected to bring new business and visitors to the city and the University.
University of La Verne community members shared their spiritual journeys and challenges as members of the LGBT community April 21 at the Spiritual and Queer event hosted by the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life.
Monica Rosas, University of La Verne 2020 graduate, and Emma Garcia, junior creative writing and psychology major, were the featured poets for the Spring Student Poetry Series last Friday.
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Center for Multicultural Services hosted “Her Stories” Wednesday, in which University of La Verne faculty, staff, students and alumni gathered to share their life changing experiences.
The Eggsactly restaurant in downtown La Verne launched near the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and has successfully remained open during the past year’s economic crisis.
Professor Grace Kyungwon Hong analyzed the effects of virtual reality technology during the Phebe Spalding Lecture in Gender and Women’s Studies at the Pomona College on Feb. 24 via Zoom.
The Pomona Certified Farmers Market – recently revamped to help low-income residents get fresh fruit, vegetables and other goods at affordable prices – is held Saturday mornings on the corner on Pearl Street just west of Garey Avenue, in the parking lot of Purpose Church in Pomona.
Author and vocalist Rev. Charles Dorsey talked about the Black experience and challenged participants to be agents in disrupting oppression and white supremacy on Wednesday at the “We Got Problems: A Conversation about Overcoming Limitations and Embracing Your Power” lecture held via Zoom an hosted by the University of La Verne’s Brothers’ Forum.