The University of La Verne could join the ranks of many other prestigious colleges if they are granted the first year national honors society chapter next 2002 fall semester.
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Musical performances by the University of La Verne music faculty and student Chorale filled the air Friday evening in Founders Auditorium. From classical piano, to jazz, to popular music, the Steinway celebration faculty concert offered something for everyone.
The national college honor society, Alpha Chi, honored 89 University of La Verne students three weeks ago in an induction ceremony held at La Fetra Auditorium.
Seats in Founders Auditorium filled quickly on Wednesday, May 2, as people flocked to see the University of La Verne’s chamber singers perform “Dido and Aeneas,” an opera by Henry Purcell.
In its second year of operation, Alpha Lambda Delta (ALD) honor society is in the process of gaining accreditation to achieve national status from the national offices in Georgia.
John Joines, a senior music major at the University of La Verne, said he simply loves music.
Professor of Music Kathleen Lamkin presented a lecture called “Joseph Haydn: The Music at Its Source” in the President’s Dining Hall on Thursday, March 9.
Musician, singer, composer and conductor are some of the attributes of Shawn Kirchner, an international musician who has joined the University of La Verne’s Music Department.