The La Verne men’s basketball team lost its third consecutive game Wednesday with a 101-54 loss to Point Loma Nazarene.
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The search for this year’s Christmas centerpiece began Saturday as the Heritage Park Christmas Tree Farm opened and offered a chance for local families to enjoy the holiday nostalgia that sweeps in with the colder weather.
Recently appointed Director for the Center for Teaching and Learning, Lisa Rodriguez assists in grant writing and helps the faculty with issues with technology.
Successfully battling physical and emotional injuries, Todd Bischoff prepares to face the next hurdle in his life.
Even though the University of La Verne women’s volleyball team season was cut short this year, there is hope and strength in the returning players.
With all the upsets going on recently at every level of competition, who would have thought that the No. 1 seed could actually win a tournament?
The yin called on the yang in an enthralling twist addressing society’s everlasting struggle to be moral in “The Good Woman of Setzuan” by Bertolt Brecht on Saturday at the Dailey Theatre.
Carlos Flores’ “Discretions” artwork gives new meaning to the phrase “At your discretion.” The personal and liberating exhibit opened Nov. 11 at the Cal Poly Pomona Downtown Center and will continue until Dec. 16.
Small crowds gathered as first-timers and pros showed their Halloween spirit by carving pumpkins during Spook Day on Monday in front of Davenport.
Two-time presidential candidate and consumer advocate Ralph Nader gave a speech for the “Dining for Democracy Speaker Series” on Oct. 25 at the Claremont Colleges in Bridges Auditorium.