The Chamber Singers and the University Chorale performed renditions of traditional and modern holiday songs Sunday at the La Verne Church of the Brethren.
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Students in the honors program ended their senior project by hosting a women’s appreciation fair at Sneaky Park Tuesday and a panel discussion in La Fetra Wednesday for women’s empowerment week.
Phi Sigma Sigma sorority and the Cabaret Series cohosted Phi Sigma Sigma’s annual talent show in memory of their sister Nereyda Iniquez, who died from leukemia in 2005, Tuesday Dailey Theatre.
Dressed in traditional pilgrim duds, the residents of Pilgrim Place hosted their 68th annual festival last Friday and Saturday.
In honor of Native American Heritage Month, Michael Heralda, who heads the cultural program Aztec Stories, brought his program to the Campus Center Ballroom Monday.
Children dressed up as vampires, princesses, superheroes and witches, some carrying pumpkins, paraded through the streets of the 35th annual Village Venture Arts and Crafts Faire, Saturday.
Boston-based comedy hypnotist David Hall performed before a modest, but enthusiastic crowd Monday in La Fetra Lecture Hall.
Now in its sixth year, the student blogging program for the Office of Admissions is going strong – with a host of bloggers getting the message out student-to-prospective student.
Glow sticks, mooncakes and the full moon were among the few things that made the University of La Verne’s Mid-Autumn Festival a huge hit this year Thursday in the Johnson Family Plaza.
The Latino Art Museum in Pomona welcomed the community to the opening of its exhibition “I Am Proud Of My Heritage,” Saturday.