A family is said to be a support system that encourages and shapes a person into the best they can be.
Writers Archives: Natalie Croyt
There was laughter all around the night of May 1 in Founders Auditorium, as comedian Andy Hendrickson performed well-delivered and college friendly jokes that kept the audience laughing the whole time.
The city of La Verne is heading in a positive direction by promoting the proper disposal and recycling of free electronic waste.
One of La Verne’s biggest shopping boulevards is about to get even bigger, with the construction of more than 100,000 square feet of new retail space on Foothill Boulevard, east of Wheeler Avenue.
Choosing the right college to attend can be one of the most difficult and nerve-wracking experiences for young students.
She can be seen every day scanning cards at Davenport and most students know that nothing gets past her.
A new kind of fever is coming to the University of La Verne campus this semester as the Take a Stand Campaign, centered around giving back to the community, debuts on April 3 with a charitable fundraising fair.
It was a sea of green, white and orange on Saturday and Sunday, as thousands of tartan wearing Irish enthusiasts, flocked to the Fairplex in Pomona for the 2008 Los Angeles County Irish Fair and Music Festival.
Dozens of peace activists, young and old, and from different backgrounds, gathered Saturday to discuss the effects of torture in Iraq, a prominent issue that is not typically reported on local news stations.
Amid the sound of bats clanking and balls hitting gloves, first year University of La Verne softball coach Julie Smith tosses around jokes and encouragement, providing a fun and relaxed atmosphere to the sometimes grueling three-hour practices.