The University has added a technology sleuth to its faculty, to provide faculty and students with instructional information that promotes academic success.
Writers Archives: German Jimenez
It was with mixed emotions that the University of La Verne women’s volleyball team accepted its third place trophy at the NCAA Division III Final Four Saturday at the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, Minn.
The University of La Verne women’s basketball team captured its first win Monday, defeating La Sierra 79-58.
“We’re looking forward to playing them again,” senior outside hitter Amy Kratochvil said weeks ago after a disappointing loss to Cal State Hayward.
The Leopards’ football team took early leads but was unable to sustain them, losing, 43-27, to Occidental Saturday at Ben Hines Field.
Richard McKee, President of Californians Aware, spoke to a group on Wednesday, Oct. 20 about the Brown Act, a state law that requires decisions by city councils, school boards and other legislative bodies to be made in open meetings.
Students and teachers from 42 high schools gathered Friday for the University of La Verne’s Communications Day. Workshops were presented by ULV faculty and staff, aimed to introduce prospective students to the department.
Model trains are most often found circling the Christmas tree or displayed at the county fair, but La Verne residents are now laying tracks in their front yards.
Maggie Mantecon, administrative assistant in OIT, looked into the empty auditorium where the Quincy Krosby “Bringing Wall Street to Main Street” presentation was planned.
Intriguing designs of flowers set the theme for the occasion as Robert Caban, a Los Angeles-based artist, was the guest of honor for an opening reception Tuesday of his exhibition titled “Recent Paintings” in the Tall Wall Space in the Art and Communications Building.