Soprano Annie Johnson, junior music major, breaks from the choir to sing “Fever” by John Davenport and Eddie Cooley.
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Ngoc Bui, associate professor of psychology, proposed that fans of celebrities in the modern era have such affinity to whoever they idolize that it obscures their social judgment.
La Verne senior shortstop Raeleen Tellez steals second base against Pomona-Pitzer junior second baseman Paige Oliver during the third inning of the first game in the doubleheader Friday.
Associate Professor of Theater Arts Sean Dillon revealed his new musical “Fool’s Gold” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Nick Solomon, junior athletic training major, and Richard Zepeda, sophomore anthropology major, blow off some steam at the CAB Jedi Training Day in the South Quad April 6.
Debbie Hughes, executive assistant in the finance department, entertains the crowd at Team Stillwell’s third annual Karaoke 4 A Cure at Mountain Meadows Golf Course Saturday.
Rachel Klodell, sophomore liberal studies major and Iota Delta member, explains to Brian Rios, junior communications major, how to make a pledge to the Clothesline Project Monday in Sneaky Park.
The exhibition “Incarceration Realities: Walls and Beyond” at the University of La Verne College of Law campus gallery in Ontario, is creating a dialogue about mass incarceration in the United States through inmate artwork.
It started as a garage project and grew into a 12,000 square foot building on 2896 Metropolitan Place. This is the story of Old Stump Brewing Co., a family-owned and family-run business in Pomona.
Disheartening images of drought-ridden California land, the 2011 Egyptian revolution and the 2008 Russo-Georgia War shocked the approximately 35 people in attendance for Los Angeles Times photographer Michael Robinson Chávez’s lecture Feb. 18 in the Campus Center Ballroom.