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La Verne remembers former librarian archivist

Sister Mary Dennis Peters, resource librarian for the Wilson Library, died Sept. 28 after slipping into unconsciousness following a heart attack. She was 85.

Sister Mary to go part-time at library

Since 1985, the University of La Verne has enjoyed Sister Mary Dennis Peters, reference librarian, as a source at solace and information in the Wilson Library; but after this year, Sister Mary will be retiring.

Familiar faces on campus

Being on a small campus such as that of the University of La Verne, it is likely that people see one another quite frequently. They see one another on a daily basis, but do they know whose behind those familiar faces? Here is a backstage look at a few of them.

Dr. Delbecq mixes religion, business

Dr. André Delbecq gave his first public and formal presentation on "The Challenges of Spirituality in Executive Life," in Founders Auditorium on Tuesday.

Faculty, staff recognized for service

Recognition for years of service to the University of La Verne ranging from five to 51 was made to staff and faculty at the Annual Faculty and Staff Service Awards ceremony Wednesday.

Librarian deemed as ‘Truest of Blue’

In honor of being selected as one of the six "Truest of the Blue" fans by the Los Angeles Dodgers over the summer, Sister Mary Dennis Peters, serials librarian for the University of La Verne, was interviewed at her home by KNBC on Wednesday morning. The video footage aired that evening on Fred Roggin's segment of the 4 o'clock news highlighted the final week of the regular baseball season.

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