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James Zuvella and Dave Hammock, workers for Lockwood Construction, tear down and demolish the burnt parts of the Human Resource Building. Hammock mentioned, “The only reason the house will be rebuilt is because it’s a historical building.” The house was destroyed by a fire on Dec. 19. The University is trying to find a permanent home for the HR department. / photo by Reina Santa Cruz

Wires cause Hanawalt House fire

Tom Anderson Arts Editor University of La Verne students and staff returning for the new year received an unpleasant surprise when they found out the historic Hanawalt House, most recently home to the human resources department, had suffered significant damage from a fire that broke out shortly after the start of winter break. According to […]

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ULV faces change

The new academic year brings dramatic change in the face of leadership at the University of La Verne, with students and faculty welcoming a new crew of four high-level appointees at a Sept. 4 reception in the Arts and Communications Building.

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Marlin Heckman, head librarian of the University of La Verne Wilson Library, has seven books featuring antique postcards and archival photographs on local cities and beaches. Heckman is planning to retire from his position this spring. / photo by Amy Babin

Heckman pictures history

University of La Verne head librarian Marlin Heckman was featured last month in the Lifestyles section of the Palisadian-Post, a newspaper that serves the city of Santa Monica, for the recent completion of his latest book, “Santa Monica in Vintage Postcards.”

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