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New ASULV leaders respond to shifts in campus culture

Nickolas Mclean, junior business administration and theater major, and Isela Chavez, sophomore legal studies and French major, were recently elected as president and executive vice president of the Associated Students of the University of La Verne for the 2022-2023 school year.

Wine lovers return to downtown for Sip of La Verne

In the balmy weather of spring, wine lovers enjoyed sips of refreshing wines, flavorful bites and live music as they strolled through downtown La Verne at the 8th annual Sip of La Verne Wine Walk on Saturday.

$40 million loan to fund new ULV College of Health

The University of La Verne continues to expand into Ontario with plans to build a new College of Health and Community Well-Being, and a $40 million loan from the city of Ontario to fund it.

La Verne leans into its Hispanic Serving Institution status

As the University of La Verne wraps up its first full year back since the COVID-19 pandemic threw the University, with most of higher education, into the unknown territory of remote learning for more than a year, the traditional undergraduate population of this Hispanic Serving Institution has remained mostly intact.

T-Pain headlines Lavernapalooza after two-year break

As the spring semester comes to an end, students wrapped up a stressful academic year and let loose at the annual Lavernapalooza concert with headliner T-Pain and pop artist Charlotte Sands on Wednesday night at the Fox Theater in Pomona.

La Verne faculty and staff pay lags behind inflation

In the past two years the rate of inflation has taken a sharp 7.5% increase, while staff and faculty at the University of La Verne have not seen a general, or cost of living, pay raise to correspond with it. 

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