Alexis Schiff has a full list of accomplishments as a student and softball player at the University of La Verne and has now added the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Athlete of the Year as an accolade during her senior year.
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Painters Joy McAllister and Chris Toovey finish restoring their mural on the south side of the Arts and Communications Building beside the train tracks on Tuesday.
As spring nears, the University of La Verne community garden has begun to show signs of new life, with members of the Botany and Gardening Club gave tours Tuesday evening.
Richard Simpson, professor of strategic management, stressed the importance of ethics and long-term planning in business management for his last faculty lecture Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Students, faculty and friends and family of the performers filled Morgan Auditorium for their last concert of the year, titled “125 Years of Barbershop” Sunday.
Expo hall seven buzzed with various vendors, performers and all-around excitement on Saturday afternoon, as members of the deaf community gathered to celebrate the first Deaf Expo at the Fairplex.
Members of the Purpose Church in Pomona gathered to take a stand and bring awareness to the issue of human trafficking Tuesday.
Joseph Cabrera, assistant professor of sociology, presented his research, “Diversifying the Small City: Demographic and Neighborhood Factors Associated with Social Interactions between Immigrant Hispanic and Established White Residents” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Thomas Allison – the president and founder of the Social Justice Advocacy Project, owner of TD Allison Associates and adjunct professor of speech communication at La Verne – hopes to improve community interaction and address police brutality through his project.
Bare feet jumped from the hardwood floor and fell with a thump to the quick beat of Shakira’s “Waka Waka” playing in the background.