NPR’s “Latino USA” host Maria Hinojosa discussed the struggle of being a Latina journalist and what the role of journalism should be in the United States Tuesday in the Garrison Theater at Scripps College.
This is the story of MohWei “Marge” Chen-Hribar, senior adjunct professor of piano, piano workshop, sight singing, ear training and accompanist. When she was 15, Chen-Hribar received a full-tuition scholarship to the Royal Music Conservatory in Brussels, Belgium.
Passionate, goofy, outgoing and genuine are all words to describe the members of The Quad Gang – University of La Verne’s very own rap crew.
The struggle to find the net continued for the Leopards and proved costly in a 3-0 loss to the Chapman Panthers Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
Al Clark shares anecdotes about several University landmarks Monday, during the second installment of “An Oral History of the University of La Verne.”
Senior music major Albert Romiel found a type of fame while studying abroad that he could not find at home.
From journalism to technology to entertainment, Assistant Professor of Communications – Public Relations Anastacia “Staci” Baird has developed expertise in a variety of communications fields.
Alumnus and former professor of communications Bill Neill, who attended La Verne College from 1955 to 1964 as an education major presented just some of the over 60 hours of footage he has shot of The University and its many events over the years to a packed room Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
A hot day in California is usually uncomfortable and greeted with plenty of complaints and minimal clothing. Imagine not being able to sport a pair of shorts or a loose tank top and instead having to wear a fur coat all day, every day, even in 100 degree weather.
In an informal gun control survey of 13 students at the University of La Verne, 11 students strongly believed in the Second Amendment right while two believed there should be stricter regulations.