The West African Drum Ensemble proved that the “rhythm is going to get you” at its performance May 13, held in Founders Auditorium as a part of the music department’s Kids Music Club.
Writers Archives: Christine Collier
Some may say college is the passport to a brighter future, a.k.a., a better job, yet more and more women describe the experience of entering the work force for the first time after college to be like visiting a foreign country.
Some may say a good man is hard to find. But in the case of Harvey Good, 67, there is no need to look any further. This dedicated teacher, family man and friend to so many is retiring after 40 years of devoted service to the University of La Verne community.
Every now and then we are given the chance to draw upon the past for wisdom. It is in these moments that we gain insight on how to handle the present and plan for the future.
Original ideas come in all shapes and sizes. Unfortunately, another computer animated feature about animals escaping from the New York Zoo isn’t one of them.
Traditionally college is a time to worry about classes, friends, part-time jobs and parental expectations. Yet in recent years, an increasing number of undergraduate students have added more to the equation – including families and full-time employment.
The spirit of sisterhood can be immense and at the University of La Verne it is flourishing. Recently the addition of a new sorority was approved for campus. After long deliberation, it was decided that the national organization, Alpha Omicron Pi, would be the perfect compliment to the already strong presence of Greek life at […]
In 2003, at the request of the Board of Trustees, President Stephen Morgan appointed a task force assigned with the duty of developing a compensation increase recommendation each year.
To volunteer or not to volunteer; is that even a question? Well not if you are a University of La Verne student; it’s a graduation requirement.
As the town meeting, held in the La Fetra Lecture Hall, drew to a close March 2, several issues were on the agenda. Among them: an update on the American Bar Association Accreditation and the Campus Development Master Plan, the unveiling of a University Retreat and the need for parking, parking and oh yeah, more […]