The Wilson Library foyer was full of faculty, students and other supporters all waiting to hear members of the University of La Verne faculty talk about their published works for Faculty Publications Day, a few weeks ago.
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It was a room full of proud faces in the President’s Dining Room Friday as students, parents and educators came together to honor students in the department of sociology and anthropology.
An enthusiastic crowd waved bright orange and green pom pons and chanted “Let me see your body move! Ooh, la, la! Ooh, la, la!” kicking off this year’s University of La Verne Faculty awards.
When you first see Steven Andrews, you see a composed young man who radiates a calm demeanor, and you would never guess that his life is filled with enough responsibilities and engagements to fill an agenda for three people.
You’re at the top of your athletic career, playing the best you ever have, when all of a sudden – Bam! Concussion. Baby, you’re out of the game.
Dr. Leland B. Newcomer, former president of the University of La Verne and an instrumental figure in many of the university’s important developments, died April 9 at the age of 86.
Saturday, the campus was full of prospective students and their parents as the University of La Verne hosted its annual “Spotlight on ULV.”
There is no doubt that we have extraordinary faculty members on campus. Kathleen Lamkin, professor of music history, is most definitely one of them.
Iraq immediately comes to mind when terrorism or international affairs are mentioned, but it is important to remember that we need to learn as much as we can about our current situation with that country to avoid any similar future scenarios, said John Linarelli, professor of Law at the University of La Verne.
Iraj Parchamazad, professor and chair of the chemistry department, stood in shock when he walked into the custom-made Nuclear Magnetic Resonance laboratory, and discovered that the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectrometer had been turned off.