Tuesday, December  1st, 2015 at 5:29 pm
  • Poetic Speech

    It was probably the hardest thing he ever had to do. He had just been told by his teacher that he had to stand up in front of his class and recite a poem he had written. It seems that the teacher didn’t believe he actually wrote it. Now I think that we all know that speaking in public is one of the biggest fears that people have. The American Psychological Association says that it is second only to death. As a matter of fact, most people will choose getting injured or hurt over having to voluntarily speak in public.

  • Senator Margett Named Vice Chair of the Senate Public SafetyCommittee

    SACRAMENTO — Senator Bob Margett (R-Glendora) has been named Vice Chair of the Senate Public Safety Committee by new Senate Republican Leader Dave Cogdill (R-Modesto).


  • University of La Verne Theatre Department Presents Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” in Two-Hour Version

    William Shakespeare’s immortal classic "Hamlet" has long been considered the greatest play in the English language. With its compelling story and complex and intriguing characters, "Hamlet" has not only stood the test of time but has also remained an icon of the theatre, a supreme challenge for actors and directors and a rich and compelling experience for audiences.

  • Prominent Speakers Will Highlight Rotary’s 13th Annual Peace Conference in Pasadena

    The beautiful Travis Auditorium of Fuller School of Psychology, 135 N. Oakland Avenue, Pasadena, California has been selected as the venue for the 13th Annual Rotary International District 5200 Peace Conference which will take place on Saturday, May 10, 2008, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. The theme of the Conference is: "ENGAGING THE OTHER – THE POWER OF COMPASSION’.

  • Exhibition by Pultizer Prize-Winning Photographer Huynh Cong “Nick” Ut on Display at ULV’s Ca

    It remains one of the most powerful images ever captured on film, indelibly etched in the memories of millions and eternally linked to the subject of the Vietnam War: 9-year-old Phan Thi Kim Phuc, her body burned by napalm, running down a road in rural Vietnam. When it hit the front pages of newspapers in June 1972, that picture drove home the reality of war in a new and disturbing way.

  • May is Water Awareness Month in California

    The California Water Awareness Campaign (CWAC) is a yearlong effort by organizations throughout California to heighten public awareness of water and the role water agencies and allied entities play in conservation, water supply management, water quality, and distribution. The campaign focuses on the month of May each year with the observance of Water Awareness Month.