Tag: Boy Scouts

Lecture looks at leadership’s downside

Rich Whitney, professor of organizational leadership, presented  “Leaving leadership: The process of moving through point person to past person," Tuesday in the Quay Davis Board Room before an audience of roughly 20.

La Verne honors Veterans Day

On Saturday, the city of La Verne commemorated Veterans Day at the Veterans Hall on Bonita Avenue, with a memorial to honor veterans and their families.

City honors Veterans Day

The city of La Verne and its Veterans Hall held an outdoor event to honor veterans and their families on Veterans Day, Nov. 11.

Boy Scouts finally held accountable

Amid the hundreds of sexual abuse lawsuits brought against them in the past few years, the Boy Scouts of America filed for federal bankruptcy on Tuesday.

Whitney pushes Boy Scouts reform

Assistant Professor of Organizational Leadership Rich Whitney talked about how the Boy Scouts’ leadership structure can be improved Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.

Commentary: Boy Scouts’ inclusivity defies tradition

A sense of belonging is important to a child’s upbringing. That is why most parents get their children involved in some type of sport or activity: soccer, cheerleading, football, or boy scouts and girl scouts.

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