The Campus Activities Board hosted the Holiday Extravaganza: Christmas event on Wednesday on the Citrus Lawn.
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Leah Garrett, director of the Jewish Studies Center at Hunter College in New York, shared the stories of a group of Jewish service members known as the X Troop on Sunday at the University of La Verne’s annual Kristallnacht Remembrance Lecture held via Zoom.
Despite the return of many on-campus activities and events this fall, no winter commencement will be held for those graduating in January 2022, University officials announced recently.
A racial slur against the Black community was found written on doors and whiteboards in the University of La Verne’s Citrus Residence Hall, President Devorah Lieberman told the community in a late Thursday email.
The physician’s assistant program – part of the University of La Verne’s College of Health and Community Well-being set for official launch in fall 2022 – has had an update in its process of becoming an accredited program: It has gone from provisional accreditation to probationary accreditation, officials announced this week.
The University of La Verne is among the very best colleges in the nation when it comes to social mobility, which is marked by movement in education, class and socioeconomic status.
A small group of seven students, staff and faculty gathered at the Ludwick Center lawn to build a sukkah in celebration of the beginning of the Jewish holiday Sukkot.
About 40 members of the University of La Verne community came together for the Rites of Passage event Sept. 3 to emphasize the importance of community and knowledge.
Niki Elliott, a clinical professor of education at the University of La Verne’s La Fetra College of Education, said this new school year, we get to decide how we show up.
The Center for Multicultural Services invited graduating students from the class of 2021 to join in a Multicultural Graduation Ceremony on Saturday via Zoom.