Tucked in the east shadow of the massive Campus Center building project is the Hanawalt House reconstruction. The house is a historic building that nearly burned to the ground from an unknown cause on the very year that it was celebrating its centennial.
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The defining characteristic of the Los Angeles County Fair is the food. People cannot get enough of the food, nor can they believe the options that are available.
The University of La Verne Harris Art Gallery opened the Kelly Sears solo exhibition, “the stories behind the images that had almost been forgotten” with a reception Sept. 9, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The changed traffic patterns, closed parking lots and construction noise are all birthing pains for the large building that is being erected next to the Athletics Complex.
Any doubts about the upcoming season for the women’s volleyball team were answered as they defeated three nationally ranked teams in the Puget Sound Premier Invitational Tournament last weekend.
Reggae melodies and Christmas hats filled Davenport Dining Hall Tuesday evening for the Kanaka Hui Ohana Bash held by the Hawaiian club on the University of La Verne campus.
A taste of Greece has joined downtown La Verne’s neighborhood of restaurants.
Dodge, dip, dive, duck, dodge. These are the five essentials Patches O’Houlihan from the movie “Dodgeball” says you need to win a dodgeball tournament.
As a professor of religion at the University of La Verne, archaeologist and author, Jonathan Reed had an abundance of information to share about his research during his lecture Nov. 1 titled “What Archaeology Reveals about the First Christians: The Case of Jesus and Marble.”
The University of La Verne’s Alpha Chi National Honor Society sponsored a lecture titled “Slavery and Public Memory: Dutch and American National Heritage,” by Johanna Kardux, director of English at Leiden University in the Netherlands.