Michelle Congleton, owner of The Body Studio in the Claremont Village, attended the Stress Free Zone Wednesday at the University of La Verne, and presented a yoga session open to student participation.
Writers Archives: Sara Kirk
There is a new home-specialty store in town that is sweet to the senses – a welcome addition to this downtown’s low-key lineup.
People of all ages gathered at the La Verne Church of the Brethren on Sunday, April 25, to salsa and cha-cha the night away, part of a continuing effort to bring the University of La Verne and the Church of the Brethren together as a community.
Being a three-sport athlete, carrying a full academic college load and trying to have some sort of a social life is not an easy task. But with a smile always on her face and a bubbly personality to draw anyone around her in, 21-year-old Lisa Mila makes it all look simple.
The University of La Verne debate team finished on top in the La Verne Open Debate Championship in La Fetra Hall last Saturday and Sunday.
The University of La Verne baseball team accomplished a task it had not pulled off since 1995 and earned a three-game sweep over California Lutheran University last weekend.
Returning a serve in her first game, Desiree Whipperman, No. 6 singles for the La Verne women’s tennis team, was defeated by Aimme Fiore of Cal Lutheran in two games, 6-0, 6-2.
The University of La Verne African American Student Alliance held its third annual fashion show last Friday at the Claremont Inn.
People from across the country joined the University of La Verne, the La Verne Church of the Brethren and On Earth Peace, a national peace organization, for the third annual Organization for Peace Conference last weekend.
Calling attention to the injustices felt by middle and low-income laborers in the work force will bring equal opportunity and a stable economy.