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Irish festival celebrates St. Patrick’s Day

Davenport Dining Hall temporarily left the University of La Verne grounds and was carried away to a pub off the coast of the Emerald Isle. The Campus Activities Board put together this foot-stomping good time from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Wednesday in honor of next week’s St. Patrick’s Day.

Poetry recalls youth

La Verne’s first Poet Laureate and ULV Professor Emeritus Cathy Henley-Erickson took her audience through a reflective look at her poetry, which mixes her favorite elements: seasons and family.

Henley-Erickson is the bard of La Verne

Susan Acker Managing Editor A new addition to La Verne is making art accessible in a new way. Cathy Henley-Erickson, professor of English emerita at the...

‘Eve’s Bayou’ provokes though, emotion

This month's diversity film, "Eve's Bayou," immediately captivated the audience's attention with its introduction: "Memory is a selection of images, some elusive, others printed indelibly on the brain. The summer I killed my father, I was 10 years old."

Hollins learns from experience

Tamara Hollins, visiting assistant professor of English, is no stranger to the University of La Verne.

Site fights war on plagiarism

Plagiarism and cheating at both the high school and college levels has become a serious problem during the past 10 years, especially with the expansion of the Internet over recent years.

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