Safety and communication are the city of La Verne’s top priorities, say officials, as construction of part of a 9.1 mile Foothill Gold Line extension project to build new stations from Glendora to Pomona is ongoing.
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Briana Gomez, a broadcast journalism major at the University of La Verne, died Aug. 1 in a fatal rollover crash. She was 31.
Nine students from the University of La Verne won seven Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence awards for work published and broadcast via the University’s student media outlets.
Emily J. Sullivan, Class of 2020 journalism alumna and mother of the world’s most bubbly twins, has been making a name for herself in the world of journalism, with bylines in publications including The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, Los Angeles, The Hollywood Reporter, and more.
Emily Zapata, senior radio major, created her podcast “Tales of a Chicana Woman” as a part of her senior project to share her experiences as a young Mexican American woman and provide advice for young adults as they move into the next chapter of their lives.
Morgan Sandler, associate professor of digital film production, shared his experience filming a documentary about Bella Lewitzky on Tuesday at the faculty lecture held via Zoom.
Professor of communications Mike Laponis and 2020 broadcast radio alum Josue Arellano both won awards at the Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts for work broadcast on Leo FM in 2020, the BEA announced earlier this month.
The University of La Verne’s Campus Times was awarded the Columbia Scholastic Press Association’s Gold Medal Award for overall excellence for the 2019-2020 academic year. The award marks the publication’s 17th CSPA Gold Medal in the past 20 years.
Eric Bishop, a University of La Verne alumnus, who also held several positions at La Verne – including associate dean of academic advising, journalism professor and Campus Times adviser – was recently appointed president of Ohlone Community College in Fremont, California. He starts July 6.
When University of La Verne Communications professor Scott Essman woke up on March 9, he thought he was in for a normal day as a professor. Little did he know he was about to start a battle fighting the virus that has wreaked havoc across the globe.