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Neill remembered for capturing LV’s history

Bill Neill, University of La Verne alumnus and former professor of communications, died of pancreatic cancer Saturday at the age of 82.

Turning old memories into art

The “1929” exhibit displays images not commonly portrayed during the early 20th century.

Faculty, staff honored for service

An enthusiastic crowd waved bright orange and green pom pons and chanted “Let me see your body move! Ooh, la, la! Ooh, la, la!” kicking off this year’s University of La Verne Faculty awards.

Carpooling offers perks for staff, environment

The Rideshare Program helps to decrease emissions in the air by encouraging employees to find alternative ways to commute to work.

Photographer captures Chicagoan faith

A large, metal tub sits at the base of an ordinary white wall with nothing on it except a sign that reads, “For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world and lose his own soul?”

Making Halloween a safe haven for fun

Only on All Hallows Eve with the perfect backdrop of a full moon would you be able to see an angel walking down the same street as a devil. Not to mention the walking pumpkins and the countless "Bozos."

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