Effective April 1, Juan Regalado is now the University of La Verne’s chief student affairs officer after his former position as dean of students.
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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and it’s important that the community knows the facts as well as how to reach out for help.
Loretta Rahmani discussed “Quote of the Day…Or How I Sleep at Night,” and preached the values of commitment, integrity, trust and peace, Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
The University of La Verne held a ceremony honoring faculty and staff last Friday and presented awards to those who have worked to further the four core values of the University.
Officers Marc Gutierrez and Eric Eisen from the La Verne Police Department hosted a presentation on how to prepare for an active shooter on campus Wednesday in La Fetra Auditorium. Roughly 50 people attended.
As of last year, there were 33 reported Behavioral Intervention Team, or BIT, cases, 122 Campus Assessment, Response and Evaluation, or CARE, Team cases, and over 3,000 appointments made to the Counseling and Psychological Services, or CAPS, on campus.
Professor Emeritus Thomas Harvey promoted the merits of adversity during his last lecture Tuesday as a part of the La Verne Academy faculty lecture series.
Oshun is a goddess of the Yoruba people in southwestern Nigeria; she is the goddess of love, fertility and protection. She stands for opportunity, spirit, harmony, unity and negotiation.
On April 17, junior speech communications major Tyler Anderson and another black student proposed Oshun, a separate funding hub for black focused clubs on campus, to Loretta Rahmani, chief student affairs officer, Lawrence Potter, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Richard Rose, professor of religion and philosophy, President Devorah Lieberman, Provost Jonathan Reed […]
The Associated Students of University of La Verne, ASULV, hosted a student strategy meeting Monday with Loretta Rahmani. They wanted to discuss the University’s 2020 vision, which included the launch of the La Verne Experience, and a planned increased focus on health education and services.