Campus news for the week of Sept. 26, 2008.
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Campus news for the week of Sept. 19, 2008.
Each year the University of La Verne celebrates the publications of faculty members.
In response to the article regarding the class evaluations (“Evals in need of examination,” Sept. 28), I agree that it is a rather tedious/long evaluation and really does not have pertinent questions to better evaluate the class.
Students and professors gathered last week in the Presidents Dining Room to hear of the exciting career of one of the University of La Verne’s own – Felicia Beardsley, associate professor of anthropology – as a modern day archeologist.
In an informal survey, six out of 10 University of La Verne faculty and students agreed that America is ready for a woman president.
The clitter clatter of her keyboard can be heard down the hall as she types the quiz for her 6 p.m. class.
Interim Provost Robert Neher has postponed finalizing two important policies concerning the University to allow for faculty input.
Immediately following the destructive December fire, the University of La Verne’s landmark Hanawalt house was fenced off – to be left alone until its fate was decided.
Associate Professor of Anthropology Felicia Beardsley recently returned from the Western Pacific Islands.