The University of La Verne’s West African Drumming class marched into Founders Auditorium Monday to the beat of their own drums.
Writers Archives: Gloria Flores
The Latino Student Forum presented the 14th Annual Bienvenida Dinner to students, parents and LSF alumni on Sunday at the La Verne Community Center.
She is the first person to greet you as you walk into Davenport, the University of La Verne’s dining hall, and often the last person you see as you walk out. Rosa Holston has watched students trickle in and out of Davenport for 30 years and has also seen the ULV community blossom and grow.
In attempts to make registration an easier process for both students and faculty, the University of La Verne is replacing the current Tuition Management System with FACTS.
“Coffee, cake and conversation” was the theme for renowned author and leadership expert Warren Bennis, whose lecture was held in Founders Auditorium Saturday.
The comfortable, cozy environment of the Human Resources Department will miss recently retired Rebecca Franklin, the former University of La Verne benefits manager and assistant director of human resources.
The University of La Verne’s African American Student Alliance celebrated African American history by gathering in La Fetra Auditorium earlier this month for the second annual Griot Monologues.
The University of La Verne’s newly established Campus Sustainability Task Force has a new director, Amy Hoffman, and fresh ideas to improve the campus and community’s environmental awareness.
With so many college expenses, some students are trying to save their money by purchasing textbooks online rather than buying them at the University of La Verne bookstore.
Ira Chaleff, author of “The Courageous Follower: Standing up to and for our Leaders,” spoke Monday at the eighth annual Author Event sponsored by the School of Organizaitonal Leadership in the University of La Verne’s La Fetra Auditorium.