While some students plan to return home for a relaxing January, or take a needed general education class, others will participate in various study abroad tours.
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Kelly Niles-Yokum, associate professor of gerontology, and Nikki Shipley, assistant professor of public and health administration, spoke on “A Solitary Death: The Intersection of the Aging Networks and the Phenomenon of Dying Alone in Southern California” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Professor of Public Administration Matt Witt discussed how state actors perpetuate racist institutions in America, Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
The University of La Verne’s oral history project contains 350 interviews and counting, filled with the rich stories of individuals and their experiences at the University.
Joella Jean Mahoney, professor of art emerita and founder of the University’s Department of Art, died in June at age 84 in Sedona, Arizona.
As a businessman, caring mentor and beloved husband, Gordon Whitby leaves a legacy at University of La Verne as one of its 125 most influential individuals.
A colorful backdrop of vivid greens, reds and blues with images from iconic Broadway performances lit up as the University of La Verne Chamber Singers and University Chorale took the stage for their “Broadway Showcase” on Friday and Saturday night in the Dailey Theatre.
Richard Simpson, professor of strategic management, stressed the importance of ethics and long-term planning in business management for his last faculty lecture Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Members of the University of La Verne debate team considered whether food with genetically modified organisms should be labeled accordingly on Tuesday in La Fetra Hall in the Mainiero building.
From hearing footsteps when no one is there to feeling cold sensations on a warm day, La Verne community members stay they still sense the University’s haunted history. Specifically some refer to ghosts of Evelyn Marshalt, David Glassa and Jim Henderson – whose ghosts they swear still linger.