John Khanjian has come full circle in his teaching career with his return this year to the University of La Verne.
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Campus and community news for Feb. 26, 2010.
General education requirements at the University of La Verne have been revised. Incoming freshmen will no longer be required to take all of the Core classes that have been mandatory in the past. And each department has set its own guidelines for foreign language requirements for its own majors.
During International Week, a section of Davenport Dining Hall was transformed into an African mini-conference and festival.
If you’ve been on the University campus for a semester or more, you’ve heard complaints about the University’s general education requirements and core requirements. The typical complaints are that the general education and core requirements aren’t related to the respective majors.
Liberal arts colleges are an endangered species and for good reason. With the average person wanting to get in and out of college as quickly as possible, the demand for an institution that excels in providing a well-rounded education is miniscule.
I gaze up at the clock only to realize that a mere half-hour has passed. Forcing a smile through my agitated expression, I try to bring the discussion back to linear equations and solve the remaining problems.
To volunteer or not to volunteer; is that even a question? Well not if you are a University of La Verne student; it’s a graduation requirement.
College Connections was organized by the University of La Verne Honors program. A one-month program during January interterm, it is designed to inform more than 100 fourth and fifth graders in the Azusa Unified School District about college.
University of La Verne students traveled to Costa Rica, Italy and South Africa during the January interterm and in doing so were able to satisfy certain course requirements by taking these trips.