The spring 1997 issue of La Verne Magazine, entitled “The Latino Community in La Verne: Struggles, Progress and Success,” received second place for General Excellence from the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), in the western region of the United States.
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Model United Nations is an auxiliary team for the University of La Verne, much like the debate team, whose purpose is to pass resolutions.
The Board of Trustees approved compensation increases for all University of La Verne employees at its March 21 meeting.
When you think of a dirty scummy city with unthinkable crimes and prostitution, what city comes to mind?
The need for teachers in California is on the rise, and this is reflected in the numbers of students enrolled in the credential and master’s programs, especially at the University of La Verne.
The University of La Verne women’s softball team put up a fight against a scholarship team last Saturday, but lack of scoring cut them short of a victory.
March Madness is the only phrase that comes to mind when thinking of the 1998 NCAA Basketball Tournament. The road to the Final Four is a hard path that 64 teams began on and hoped and wished they could stay on long enough to get there. Unfortunately, only four made it and, to put it […]
The University of La Verne Honors Program and the James Irvine Diversity Grant Series presented Sabina Berman Tuesday in the Selden Ring Conference Room in the Wilson Library.
The University of La Verne is preparing for another visit from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), the accreditation board for colleges and universities in California, Hawaii and Guam.
Two core classes, in particular that are part of the new general education requirement, have received much attention from the University of La Verne’s diverse student body.