The softball team split a doubleheader against Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Saturday at Campus West, winning the first game, 5-3, and dropping the second, 3-0, in its Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener.
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An intimate crowd was taught an eye-opening lesson about gentrification by La Verne honors program students Nov. 29 in the La Fetra Lecture Hall.
Local folk-rock band Refrigerator performs a set Friday evening at the dA Center for the Arts.
A blend of music, comedy and drama filled Dailey Theatre as a crowd of 50 attended the opening night of “Vietgone” on Thursday. Focusing on his parents’ love story set in the 1970s, playwright Qui Nguyen challenges Asian stereotypes,showing multiple perspectives of Vietnamese immigrants escaping the treachery of war.
Kelly Niles-Yokum, associate professor of gerontology, and Nikki Shipley, assistant professor of public and health administration, spoke on “A Solitary Death: The Intersection of the Aging Networks and the Phenomenon of Dying Alone in Southern California” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Third Street in La Verne is usually loaded with parked cars, students crossing from the dorms to Davenport Dining Hall and patrols by the La Verne Police Department and Campus Safety.
Sophomore speech communications major Mayan Gutierrez prepares for a game during Mission: Breakout the Sidekicks Wednesday in Sneaky Park.
Shayla Rivera, a NASA aerospace engineer turned comedian and motivational speaker, gives the keynote speech for the Latino Education Access and Development Conference Saturday in Morgan Auditorium.
The University of La Verne’s oral history project contains 350 interviews and counting, filled with the rich stories of individuals and their experiences at the University.
University Chaplain Zandra Wagoner lights a candle in honor of the victims of Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas.