On March 22, while most University of La Verne students were checking their watches and hoping to get out of class a little early, a group of ULV juniors and seniors were packing up for a study and research trip to Oaxaca, Mexico.
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Tents were pitched and a picture of a dove hung in the Quad as part of Tent City, a multi-faceted event organized by the Peace Studies Department, the Model United Nations, and other students and faculty.
The month of January for University of La Verne students is a time for reposing and being able to focus on their classes, being that a student takes a maximum of five units. January is the time to start easing them back into school and a once-in-a lifetime opportunity to explore worlds not always known […]
Campus and community news for the week of Oct. 27, 2000.
Six professors and instructors at the University of La Verne will go on sabbatical for the 2000-2001 school year in pursuit of advancing in their personal and professional careers.
Attending a small campus is a big adjustment for many students. Being different only adds to the challenge of day-to-day life-particularly if one is gay or lesbian.
Providing an opportunity to “build bridges” between Mexican and American cultures, Debbie Roberts, Protestant Campus Minister and director of peace studies minor, and Davíd Román, Spanish instructor, led a group of twelve students deep into Mexico for a three-week trip during January Interterm.
In the seventh year, they rest. Every seven years of employment, University of La Verne faculty have a chance to reinvent themselves, their teachings, and the school through a sabbatical.
Fifth through eight grade students interested in the study and practice of archaeology have begun to excavate on the University of La Verne campus.