Dorothy Gartsman, junior photography major, curated the student exhibit titled “Multiple Exposure: Through a Woman’s Eye” in the Ground Floor Gallery in Miller Hall.
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Sophomore pitcher Cody Norman and the Leopards’ offense carried La Verne to a 8-0 win against Pomona-Pitzer in game one of Saturday’s doubleheader at Ben Hines Field. La Verne dominated Pomona-Pitzer over the weekend, sweeping the three-game series and taking sole possession of second place in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
University of La Verne College of Law Dean Gilbert Holmes gave his “Last Lecture” to 37 faculty members and students Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room. Holmes, who joined the College of Law as dean in 2013, will retire at the end of the academic year. Holmes’ short lecture reflected on some of the challenges […]
Kevin Bowman, photography department manager, installed the largest piece ever exhibited in the Carlson Gallery of Photography March 29.
Christian Bracho, assistant professor of teacher education, shares his coming out story at Speak Out Celebrating QPOC, or queer people of color, as part of the Gaypril series of events Monday in Sneaky Park.
La Verne sophomore shortstop Shelby Tevis catches a fly ball hit by Redlands junior catcher Nova Siegel to get the first out in the top of the first inning of game one against the Bulldogs March 31.
Jasmine Marchbanks-Owens, a graduate student of Master of Arts Social Justice Higher Education Administration program, holds a poodle mix named Crackers, a therapy dog from Paws-to-Share, Tuesday on the University Mall.
The kinesiology department is launching a master’s program in athletic training this August.
Senior anthropology major and music minor Lorali Mossaver-Rahmani tells nine audience members about the subconscious factors that can trigger anxiety when learning a new language Tuesday in the Landis Academic Center.
Roughly 40 students and faculty gathered in the President’s Dining Room for Tuesday’s faculty lecture, “Bioinformatics for Fun, for History, and Everything else,” by Tatiana Tatarinova, professor of computational biology, and one of two new Fletcher Jones endowed chairs in the department.