More than 350 students filled the Campus Center for Destination Procrastination, the fifth annual pre-finals event hosted by the Campus Activities Board and Associated Students of the University of La Verne May 11.
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Scholar-athlete Kyndall Taylor, who graduated from the University in January of this year, has shown her mettel both on and off the soccer field: Last month the American Kinesiology Association announced that Taylor was one of 40 winners in the U.S. and Canada to recived the association’s prestigious Undergraduate Scholar Award.
Lili Gradilla, coordinator of the Co-Curricular Community Engagement Program, meets with students to organize a dance marathon. The marathon, a 24-hour event to celebrate survivors of childhood cancer, will raise money to support them and their families.
La Verne junior catcher Brendan Campbell is put out at first base by Chapman junior first baseman Jared Love, ending the second inning of the second game of Saturday’s doubleheader.
Participants picked up a palette and a brush and started painting on a single, large sheet of paper. After 20 minutes, they moved five steps to the right and continued the unfinished work in front of them.
Magnum photographer Diana Markosian discusses her work with alumna Helen Arase at the reception for her exhibition “Framing Armenia “ in the Carlson Gallery Tuesday.
Being the best is sometimes as simple as wearing the “Best.” Just ask senior business administration major An-Tony “TJ” Young.
A wave of social and political movement tattoos have cultivated a form of activism through means of body art.
Surrounded by white walls speckled with light green cacti, Jeremy Jenewein, Cactus Coffee owner, tops off a cup of coffee with latte leaf art before flashing a blinding smile as he welcomes fellow java drinkers to his new coffee shop.
Loretta Rahmani, dean of student affairs, enjoys a free massage during Women’s Day Wednesday.