Anne Mangahas, assistant professor and director of the Center for Learning Innovation in the La Fetra College of Education, gave a lecture Tuesday about how educators have more technology resources to help students during COVID-19.
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The Latino Student Forum held its annual Dia De Los Muertos celebration for students over Zoom with 23 participants last week.
The inaugural Claremont Scarecrow Party showcased decorated scarecrows in front of homes and businesses across the city throughout the month of October.
Professor of Law Emeritus Kenneth Rudolf gave his last lecture via Webex with 32 people in attendance on Tuesday. Along with his lecture, he entertained the audience by playing the organ.
Heritage Baking, a pastry shop owned by La Verne native Annie Fisher, is scheduled to open by the end of October in Old Town La Verne.
The Center for Multicultural Services kicked off its three-day annual Diversity Retreat last Friday via Zoom with around 30 participants in all, including undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff.
University of La Verne’s Librarian Donna Bentley gave her last lecture sharing what impact she wants to leave on the campus and how she is spending her days now that she is retired on Tuesday via Webex with 36 people in attendance.
Lynn Stanton-Riggs, associate provost and professor of education emerita, emphasized the importance of gratitude and vulnerability as she reflected on her career upon entering its newest phase – retirement – during her “Last Lecture,” for the faculty lecture series Tuesday on WebEx.