“Red Noses” is a humorous and moving play, combining death, joy, sorrow, humor, satire, love, singing, and dancing.
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Gabriela Capraroiu, associate professor of Spanish, discussed her current research translating Maria Teresa Leon’s travel memoir on communist Romania during her faculty lecture on Monday.
Christine Broussard, professor of biology, gave a faculty lecture titled “An Investigation of Non-genomic Effects of Selected Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals.”
More than 50 people delighted in the musical duet of Paul Stein on violin, and David Garrett on cello Tuesday in Morgan Auditorium.
Every year La Verne students are provided with the opportunity to embark on the trip of a lifetime.
Richard Rose, professor of religion and philosophy, captivated an audience of more than 45 students and faculty with his lecture “The Current Flow of Religious Pluralism in African-American Seminaries.”
Jason Neidleman, professor of political science, and Gitty Amini, associate professor of political science, discussed the effects of 9/11 on the liberty and security of society in their lecture on Tuesday.
Knott’s Scary Farm has been one of Southern California’s favorite spots to enjoy the spirit of Halloween for years.
The volleyball team had a very successful weekend at the Leopard Invitational, winning all four of their matches to bring their overall record to 14-7.
Contrary to public opinion, Patricia Hearst was not forced to join the Symbionese Liberation Army, but willingly did so, according to files owned by Professor of History Stephen Sayles.