Members of the La Verne community gathered in the xeriscape garden between Hoover Building and Woody Hall to dedicate a plaque and bench in honor of Kim Martin, former professor of anthropology, who died in 2019.
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In the lecture, which was attended by 20 people, Dillon said that the play, “An Enemy of the People” tells the story of the effects of global climate change and environmental disasters.
Mira Jacob, novelist and author of “Good Talk: A Memoir in Conversations,” spoke about generational divides and race on Wednesday at the One Book, One University lecture over Zoom.
Mackay MorganArmstrong, sophomore kinesiology major, and Ryan Konrad, sophomore communications major, were elected as the president and vice president respectively of the Associated Students of La Verne for the 2021-2022 academic year.
Shannon Mathews, dean of the University of La Verne College of Arts and Sciences, started her new position on Jan. 4, becoming the first woman of color named to a permanent dean position.
D. Hill, adjunct professor of photography, showcased an eight minute video performance on racism against Black people titled “Remove the Noose by All Means Necessary,” followed by a question-and-answer session Saturday, hosted by Muzeo held via Zoom.
The city of La Verne is considering giving up its locally controlled fire department and instead contracting with Los Angeles County Fire Department for the same service instead as a way of addressing staffing shortages and other problems that have impeded the La Verne Fire Department recently.
The University of La Verne theater department staged a virtual play Sunday called “Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992,” telling the story and aftermath of the Rodney King trial and the civil unrest that ensued.
University of La Verne undergraduates students will be able to take any of their classes as credit–no credit through the fall 2020 semester, as they were able to do in spring 2020, University officials announced this week.
The University’s Office of Civic and Community Engagement is helping students to become civically engaged by informing them of issues of the upcoming election and asking students why they vote in a campaign in partnership with the Andrew Goodman Foundation.