ULV awards those who illustrate core values

Academic Advisor Brooke Grasso Lavin receives the Spirit of La Verne Award from Director of Multicultural Affairs Daniel Loera on Tuesday at the Ludwick Center. The Spirit of La Verne Awards are given to students, faculty and staff members who embody the University of La Verne’s core values. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz
Academic Advisor Brooke Grasso Lavin receives the Spirit of La Verne Award from Director of Multicultural Affairs Daniel Loera on Tuesday at the Ludwick Center. The Spirit of La Verne Awards are given to students, faculty and staff members who embody the University of La Verne’s core values. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz
Professor of Political Science Jason Neidleman accepts his award at the Spirit of La Verne Awards ceremony Tuesday at the Ludwick Center from University Chaplain Zandra Wagoner. The Spirit of La Verne Awards recognize members of the University of La Verne community who exhibit the values of spiritual and cultural understanding, and community engagement. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz
Associate Professor of School Psychology Veronica Escoffrey-Runnels accepts her award at the Spirit of La Verne Awards ceremony Tuesday at the Ludwick Center. During her acceptance speech, Escoffery-Runnels thanked her family members for their unwavering support and her colleagues for their encouragement and collaboration. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz
Victoria Aleman, director of the Ontario regional campus, receives a hug from Julissa Espinoza, director of civic and community engagement, after being presented the Spirit Award at the Spirit of La Verne Awards ceremony Tuesday at the Ludwick Center. Aleman expressed humility at receiving the award and thanked everyone who has supported her throughout her career. / photo by Ayalen Ortiz

Ayalen Ortiz, a freshman art major, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine. He has past experience with graphic design, fine arts and video editing.

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