The University of La Verne’s track and field teams made their mark at the Oxy Invite on May 10, placing in the top of the men’s preliminaries for the 100 meter dash and the 200 meter dash and placing second in the women’s javelin throw finals.
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A single line of dialogue turned into an idea, then turned into a feature film became one of the biggest and most rewarding projects Matthew Hill, senior narrative technology major, has ever accomplished.
Gary T. Marx, emeritus professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Hixon-Riggs professor of science, technology and society at Harvey Mudd College, came to the University of La Verne to speak about issues involving technological control of America in his lecture “Being Watched and Watching In the New Surveillance Society.”
A night of music and drumming filled Davenport Dining Hall Monday with the celebration of Asian Wellness Day.
C.L. Lindsay, a lawyer from Philadelphia and author of “The College Student’s Guide to the Law,” spoke at the University of La Verne about MySpace, Facebook, blogging and the consequences that come along with users sharing too much information about themselves online.
Professors of communications Michael Laponis and Don Pollock, and Radio-TV Operations Manager Shane Rodrigues recently won bronze awards in the 29th Annual Telly Awards.
The American Red Cross conducted a blood drive on Wednesday which included the launch of the 56 Days Club.
“Glimpse of India,” “Everything between Heaven and Earth” and “Conversations between the Virgin and the Magdalene” gave the student body at Cal Poly Pomona a look at another country, another realm and another time.
Kitty Hubbard’s exhibit, “re:memory,” brings new creativity with her digital displays at the Irene Carlson Gallery at the University of La Verne.
To mark the start of new semester and ease students back into the University routine, the Residence Hall Association hosted a Welcome Week.