During what Dennis Maxwell calls “preventative maintenance,” an accident caused a flood in Miller Hall.
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University of La Verne student athletes with a grade point average of 3.5 or higher were honored Wednesday with lunch in the Old Gym.
After more than 36 years of teaching, Sheridan Merritt will be retiring this year leaving his post as professor of zoology and ending his time doing what he enjoyed most about the teaching process, getting in touch with his students.
Environmental writer and activist Jeffrey St. Clair tackled global warming and other environmental issues in Hoover Library last Thursday.
Sarah Weddington, who made a name for herself by successfully arguing the Supreme Court Case Roe vs. Wade, reflected back on her law school experience as she spoke before an audience of roughly 200 at the College of Law Tuesday.
As you walk into F&M Hair Cuts, Delia Heredia, the owner of the small shop, greets you with a smile. Even though her English is not perfect, you can enjoy talking to someone who is passionate about what they do.
On Saturday, about 50 children and parents of the Kids Music Club had the chance to enjoy the “Popcorn,” “Tick Tack” and “Red Hots” of violinist Paul Stein in a performance fit for all ages.
The University of La Verne baseball team continues to fight hard in its quest to repeat as Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference champions.
The University of La Verne men’s and women’s track and field team took on Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference match-ups in a multi-dual meet last weekend.
It was a week of ups and downs for the University of La Verne softball team as they dominated Pomona-Pitzer College, but lost to Redlands University in a nail-biting finish.