Adria Barbosa-Torregrosa has added Spanish flavor to the performing arts departments of the University of La Verne.
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A single line of dialogue turned into an idea, then turned into a feature film became one of the biggest and most rewarding projects Matthew Hill, senior narrative technology major, has ever accomplished.
As students prepare for finals and the semester comes to an end, the seniors at the University of La Verne are looking toward their futures while reflecting on their past experiences.
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.
“Hamlet,” the current theater production at the University of La Verne, surprised and entertained audiences last weekend.
Comedians won the crowd over on April 16 at Scoreboards American Sports Bar and Grill in Diamond Bar, earning them a spot on the Hollywood star imprinted on the venue’s dance floor.
An array of detailed and masterful artists came together as Cal Poly Pomona’s Kellogg University Art Gallery presented its 34th annual Ink and Clay exhibit, which will be open until May 3.
As part of diversity week, Kevin Blake performed one of three “compassion plays” in La Fetra Hall at the University of La Verne Tuesday.
Sounds of laughter echoed through University of La Verne’s Founders Auditorium last Thursday night with guest comedian Kristin Key.
Education and the promotion of sustainable lifestyles have caught the attention of many ULV students who are participating in the Green Institute for Village Empowerment, a new organization on campus.