The Dailey Theatre brought realism to rough economic times with the opening of “Curse of the Starving Class” last weekend.
Writers Archives: Rhiannon Mim
Don Flora, the beloved head coach who has led the University of La Verne women’s volleyball team to numerous regional and national awards, has resigned after 11 years.
As the semester comes to an end, it is time for the communications department to unveil the fall 2008 Campus Times editor in chief, La Verne Magazine editor in chief and KULV program director.
Two and half years have passed since I first joined the photography staff at the University of La Verne. My freshman year seems like a far off memory.
Founders Auditorium was filled with local poets, comedians, singers, musicians and dancers as a part of the Talent No Talent Show on April 30.
Delivering another hit for the University of La Verne, the Campus Activities Board debuted its Commuter Day 2008 with the theme “Billboard Hits: Decades through Music.”
“Why don’t you drink? How are you supposed to have fun?” Just one of the many responses I get when I tell someone that I am straight edge.
The Reed Gratz Trio transformed Founders Auditorium into a jazz club with a hip vibe on Tuesday night.
The Campus Activities Board hosted a battle of the bands on Tuesday to keep the music alive on campus and give students the chance to show off their musical talent.
The Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre was packed with students, parents, friends and faculty as University of La Verne students held a Theater Mini-Festival Monday night.