While bragging about its diverse campus, small, quaint classrooms, and its location in a city that provides a small town atmosphere, the University of La Verne attracts students who find these descriptions as something they would like to be a part of.
The Institute for Multicultural Research and Campus Diversity sponsored a trip to California’s 11th Annual Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education at the University of San Diego.
To celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, the University of La Verne’s Institute for Multicultural Research and Campus Diversity invited president J.D. Hokoyama and chief executive officer of leadership education for Asian Pacifics, incorporated (LEAP) to speak in the President’s Dining Room on Wednesday, May 2.
All Greek organizations gathered this week to celebrate Greek Week, which took place the week of May 5-11. Greek Week started on Saturday, May 5 with the barbecue and All Greek softball tournament from 2 to 7:30 p.m in which all fraternities and sororities competed against each other. Four teams were composed of 20 members […]
The University of La Verne golf team gave its best effort in the NCAA Division III Championships in St. Louis, but finished in 16th place.
La Verne gets a little attention from Hollywood as Huell Howser, host of KCET’s “Visiting with Huell Howser,” interviews city manager Martin Lomeli.
The Registrar’s Office has been working on helping students with the editorial process of appeals. Almost every Monday the appeals committee meets to grant or deny appeals.
In its second year of operation, Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) honor society is in the process of gaining accreditation to achieve national status from the national offices in Georgia.
After reading the editorial entitled “Military strategies lack attention” [April 27], I found myself perplexed by logical progression of the article.
For those who are fortunate enough to have the opportunity to attend a university and for those who see their college years to the end, they are rewarded with not only an education, but also the tools that are necessary to be successful in any profession they choose to pursue after college.