Despite uncertainty about the return of athletic programs in the spring, University of La Verne’s student athletes remain hopeful and eager to possibly play in the upcoming season.
The University of La Verne College of Law received an endowment from University trustee Frank Lizarraga Jr., who is also an alumnus and chair of the advisory board at the College of Law, University officials announced recently.
With the holiday season upon us, some may be hesitant to see the number of family members they usually do because of the pandemic – and some University of La Verne students will be making sacrifices in order to stay healthy.
Maria Jesus, graduate student at Claremont Graduate University, discussed the importance of native plants – based on her research in the southern Inyo Mountains – during California Botanic Gardens monthly virtual lecture series “Conservation Stories.”
Anne Mangahas, assistant professor and director of the Center for Learning Innovation in the La Fetra College of Education, gave a lecture Tuesday about how educators have more technology resources to help students during COVID-19.
Rabbi Sharon Brous shared the importance of being empathetic in a time of fear and division due to the various cases of racial injustice in society to an audience of 165 people Tuesday in a virtual lecture hosted by Pomona College.
Evie Shockley and Camille Dungy, co-authors of “Alison Saar: Of Aether and Earthe,” shared their poetry included in the book on Nov. 12 at the Pomona College commemoration of the “Of Aether and Earthe” exhibition catalog.
University of La Verne faculty and administrators are considering moving January interterm to a May term for the “benefit” of students, among other reasons. However, moving the academic term to May will only create more difficulties down the line for traditional undergraduate students and their scheduling for graduation.
As the holiday shopping season draws closer and coronavirus cases go up, University of La Verne students are considering how to tackle gift shopping.
University of La Verne classes will remain online through the spring semester 2021, according to Tuesday email from President Devorah Lieberman to the campus community.