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Holocaust survivor shares life story

Holocaust survivor Gabriella Karin returned to the University of La Verne on Sept. 22 to share her story and her art to about 40 students and faculty members in the Campus Center Ballroom. The lecture was hosted by the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life and the Tikkun Olam club. 

Banned books event highlights freedom to read

The University’s Wilson Library honored Banned Books Week this week with a display where students could pick up great works that have been banned by some schools and libraries across the country.

Professor explores benefits of drinking tea

Nixon Mwebi, professor and department chair of chemistry, gave an insightful lecture, “The Chemistry of Tea: How should you drink it?” at noon Tuesday in the Quay Davis Executive Boardroom. About 20 La Verne community members attended the talk.

New mural is tribute to La Verne’s past

The University's science building, Mainiero Hall, has a new mural titled “Our Citrus Roots.”

Instructor explains foreign language anxiety

Alexander Lev-Da-Silva, instructor of modern languages, gave an informative and eye-opening lecture titled “The Effects of Foreign Language Teaching Anxiety on Non-native/Nativelike Teachers” at noon Tuesday in the Quay Davis Executive Boardroom. 

ULV honors staff and faculty’s hard work

Melanie Brown, executive assistant in the College of Arts and Sciences dean’s office, received the Administrative Professional Employee of the Year Award, which was presented by Associate Professor of Spanish Ann Hills, during the annual Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony on Sept. 16 in the Athletic Pavilion.

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