Dion Johnson, director of galleries and distinguished artist, showcased University of La Verne art students’ work in comparison to iconic artists in history like Pablo Picasso.
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When she was in high school, Colleen Flores would question police officers while they filled out their reports at the restaurant where she worked.
After a year without a permanent director of financial aid, the University hired Nicholas Novello for the position, and he started the job Jan. 16.
Members of the ULV community gathered Tuesday in Morgan Auditorium to watch the film, “Neurotypical: normal is a cycle on a washing machine,” by Adam Larsen, presented by the Center for Neurodiversity, Learning, and Wellness, which centers on the experiences of people with autism.
Ken Martinez, Jocyline Mixson Donna Marie Minano of the Inland Valley Repertoy Theatre sing Christmas carols Saturday in Mainiero Square before the Old Town La Verne Annual Holiday Stroll.
Contagious messages of love and positivity spread across Sneaky Park in the form of colorful signs and uplifting music, as honors students held “Dissipate the Hate,” a senior project event 11 a.m. Monday to educate the University community about hate speech.
Author and public theologian Brian D. McLaren talks about “The Great Spiritual Migration” and “A New Kind of Christianity” Thursday in Morgan Auditorium.
Michael Heralda tells stories of the Meshika, or Aztec people, and performs related songs with his grandson, Noah Heralda, during a Native American storytelling performance Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom. The event was sponsored by the Multicultural Club.
“Inspirational,” “caring” and “respected,” are a few of the top 20 tags students used to describe John Bartelt, professor of education technology, helping him rank No. 9 Best Professor on the Rate My Professors website, which features the ratings of 1.7 million professors and more than 19 million reviews.
The renovation of Brandt Hall and the demolition of the Interfaith Chapel will make way for the construction of the new Ludwick Center for Spirituality, Cultural Understanding, and Community Engagement expected to open Fall of 2019.