Rebecca Erbelding, historian at the William Levine Family Institute for Holocaust Education, spoke about her award-winning book, which told the untold stories of the U.S. support during World War II, Sunday at the ninth annual Kristallnacht Lecture in the Campus Center Ballroom.
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Campus and community events for the week of Nov. 1, 2019.
Diane Klein, professor of law, gave an impromptu faculty lecture Tuesday in which she detailed the implications of the possible closure of the University of La Verne College of Law and the related faculty governance and tenure issues.
The University of La Verne’s work with helping the economically disadvantaged, and especially, first generation students was recognized in U.S. News and World Report’s 2020 Best Colleges Rankings, in which the University ranked fourth overall in social mobility.
Donald Pollock, professor of communications emeritus, told the stories of significant life events that led him to his position at the University of La Verne in 1991, where he would spend the next 28 years of his life, and shared the lessons he learned along the way at his final lecture Tuesday in the Executive […]
The National Coming Out Day Open Mic event provided an open and safe environment for people to share their stories through poetry, music and monumental events in LGBTQ history Wednesday in the Campus Center Ballrooms.
The newly opened nautical themed restaurant Don Baja Grill serves perfectly seasoned Mexican food to satisfy anyone at a reasonable price.
David Bickford, associate professor of biology, presented studies done by students and himself on the various amphibians of the San Gabriel Mountains and their decline at his lecture, “Inventory and Monitoring of the Amphibians of the Amphibians of the San Gabriel Mountains” Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
Loretta Rahmani discussed “Quote of the Day…Or How I Sleep at Night,” and preached the values of commitment, integrity, trust and peace, Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
In an informal poll of University of La Verne students, 12 out of 12 people said they choose their major based on passion and interest, rather than salary potential.