The University of La Verne’s oral history project contains 350 interviews and counting, filled with the rich stories of individuals and their experiences at the University.
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From hearing footsteps when no one is there to feeling cold sensations on a warm day, La Verne community members stay they still sense the University’s haunted history. Specifically some refer to ghosts of Evelyn Marshalt, David Glassa and Jim Henderson – whose ghosts they swear still linger.
Tiffany-Paige Hernandez, junior political science major, presents “From Victorian Hotel to Parking Palace,” for the oral history lecture series Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
Al Clark, professor of humanities, presents his continuing project, “Oral History of the University of La Verne,” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room. Clark collects stories about the campus through interviews with faculty and alumni.
Professor of Humanities Al Clark led a discussion on the history of the University of La Verne during the Great Depression era Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Al Clark shares anecdotes about several University landmarks Monday, during the second installment of “An Oral History of the University of La Verne.”
Campus news for the week of Sept. 9, 2016.