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Taylor exhibit unveils family life in portraits

As students pass through the bottom floor of Miller Hall they notice the walls of the Irene Carlson Gallery adorned with a new entourage of photographs. But there is something very different about this display that requires passersby to take a second glance.

Mainiero Institute offers fine arts experiences

A college student competing for space in an art or photography class at ULV against someone who may be a high school junior or senior is not as uncanny as it may sound.

Tondee remembered

Tom Tondee, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin photojournalist and friend to the University of La Verne and its Communications Department, died last Thursday, a month after being diagnosed with stomach cancer. Tondee, 42, had a tremendous influence and impact on the University of La Verne Communications Department.

75 Years of Excellence: Campus Times outgrows ASF

Less than 20 years ago, the University of La Verne had no formal journalism program. Also, the Campus Times was run by the Associated Student Federation (ASF) Forum. In 1976, a change occurred that altered the face of the Campus Times forever.

Gallery features colorful black, white photographs

As local photographer Dorothy Wallace talks about “BLACK & WHITE in color,” her new show in the Irene Carlson Gallery in Miller Hall, her 3-year old daughter, Rose, entertains herself, passionately drawing portraits of her mother. She says she is an artist.

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