The Latino Student Forum hosted its 20th annual Bienvenida on May 2 to recognize the people that have made a difference in their lives and the La Verne community.
Writers Archives: Sher Porter
After weeks of heartbreak, petitioning and meetings, the women’s tennis team was reinstated Tuesday.
Sher Porter LV Life Editor Guests were treated to a ritual with songs, food and symbolism for the Model Passover Seder on Wednesday in the President’s Dining Room. Passover commemorates the story of Moses and the Jews’ exodus from slavery in Egypt. “It’s a celebration of freedom from slavery,” said Don Pollock, professor of communications, […]
Lip sync made its return to campus Friday when Greek Week, themed The Best Greek Week Ever, took place.
The fourth annual Black Student Retreat was held Sunday in the Harris Art Gallery for the 35 attendees to discuss issues in the Black community of the University of La Verne.
Is it just me, or does it seem like campus involvement is declining? When I first came to the University, I would always see people at events.
For the first time at the University of La Verne, Phi Delta Theta Fraternity teeter-tottered for 24 hours from March 26 through March 27 to raise money for their philanthropy.
Elections for the Associated Students for the University of La Verne will be held Monday through Tuesday and the candidates are making sure that students do not forget to vote.
Campus news for the week of March 20, 2009.
Sher Porter LV Life Editor The voices of women who have been abused, battered and murdered were heard on campus this week as the Iota Delta Sorority held its annual Clothesline Project philanthropy event. From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Tuesday through Thursday, the sorority set up a table and a clothesline in Sneaky […]