Despite uncertainty about the return of athletic programs in the spring, University of La Verne’s student athletes remain hopeful and eager to possibly play in the upcoming season.
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After months of social distance and isolation, University of La Verne students and faculty got together to celebrate and affirm the bonds of the community on Nov. 5 over Zoom.
Gina Osterloh, a photographer and performance artist from Ohio, shared her experiences as a professional artist with a group of 54 University of La Verne students via Zoom on Thursday.
Service and connection were the themes of the Walking the Leo Walk event Saturday for students and alumni to discuss the roles of public servants and how they have chosen to enact change in their communities. The event was held over Zoom and Facebook Live.
Faculty and students at the University of La Verne acknowledged the struggles of Native Americans at the hands of their oppressors throughout history and reflected on the water Angelenos use at the Indigenous People’s Day event on Monday via Zoom.
In-person activities for University of La Verne athletics are currently on hold due to the pandemic, but student-athletes are staying prepared for the possible return of their sports in the spring.
California will have the toughest state restrictions on flavored tobacco in the country, thanks to a new law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Aug. 28.
The Mission Tiki Drive-In theater in Montclair provides people the enjoyment of watching a movie on the big screen from the comfort of their cars.
The Black community at the University of La Verne was welcomed with the Rites of Passage, a traditional African spiritual ritual at noon Sept. 18 via Zoom.
Alison Saar, a mixed-media artist from Los Angeles, shared her process of transitioning from sculptor to print artist during a video presentation Tuesday.