Issues such as eating disorders, divorce, single motherhood, victim blaming and alcoholism were portrayed Wednesday through Saturday as the final projects of the Theatre and Community course taught by Steve Kent and Alma Martinez in Jane Dibbel Cabaret.
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Students wearing flower crowns and tie dye shirts filled the South Quad Wednesday to listen and dance to live music for the first Phi Sigma Sigma Phicadelic Festival.
The Kinesiology Society presented its event “Health Sense” for students to learn the importance of living a healthy lifestyle Tuesday in the South Quad.
The University of La Verne’s professional music fraternity Mu Phi Epsilon brought local children music and allowed them to create their own tambourines and maracas at its Build Your Own Instrument event Saturday at the La Verne Library.
The women’s water polo team finished its regular season with a 14-8 loss to the Whittier Poets Saturday at the La Verne Aquatics Center.
The University of La Verne’s interfaith group, Common Ground, hosted Better Together Day to bring students and faculty from different religions and worldviews together to promote unity in differing beliefs Tuesday in Sneaky Park.
The women’s water polo team came out of a close victory, as it defeated the Cal Lutheran Regals, 5-4, Saturday at the La Verne Aquatics Center.
Katie Madden, ULV alumna, suffered from chronic migraines and for years took medication to help the pain. Recently she tried something different, she dabbed peppermint oil on her temple, forehead and the back of her neck, an instant cooling helped to immediately alleviate stress and tension.
The softball team split with Ithaca College of New York Monday at Campus West. Ithaca took game one, 4-2, but La Verne came back to take game two, 7-1.
Tim Hepburn and Charlie Rosales won the two city council seats and Mayor Don Kendrick was re-elected in the La Verne city election Tuesday.