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Clark considers University’s Brethren influence

Al Clark, professor of humanities, presented a lecture called “Brethren Heritage at ULV: 129 years of Shifting Interpretations” as part of the weekly La Verne Academy Lecture series at noon Tuesday at the Quay Davis Executive Board Room. 

La Verne reflects on its artful past

University of La Verne staff and faculty introduced “An Artful Reframing,” a collaborative effort to reflect on the University's history and shine a light on previously underrepresented voices, before about 25 community members in the Campus Center Ballroom Monday, with 19 more who joined via Zoom. 

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. 

Speaker explains how SoCalGas is preparing for a sustainable future

The University of La Verne’s annual Robert and Mary Neher Global Sustainability Lecture highlighted how natural gas companies are preparing for the future.

Faculty showcase creative and academic work

The University of La Verne’s Campus Center Ballroom was teeming with creativity and knowledge Wednesday afternoon as it held the University’s annual faculty CASE Day. 

Professor translates poetry from Romanian to Spanish

Professor of Spanish Gabriela Căprăroiu presented her new book “Semillas de piedra. Poesía rumana contemporánea,” containing poems in the Romanian language translated into Spanish by Căprăroiu.

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