The University of La Verne’s Ontario College of Law hosted the Dean’s Distinguished Speaker Series on Nov. 19, featuring Dorothy Nelson, senior judge of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
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Founders Auditorium was filled with the beautiful sounds of music on Nov. 26, when the Calder String Quartet visited the University of La Verne.
Forty years after novelist Ian Fleming’s 007 made its way to the big screen, it is amazing that audiences are still in anticipation of what the suave and mysterious James Bond has up his sleeve.
In September, Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula was devastated by Hurricane Isidore, which destroyed homes, robbed fishermen of their boats, pummeled the region’s agricultural livelihood and left more than 30,000 families homeless.
The sounds of Greg Greenway filled Founders Auditorium as he captivated the audience with his energetic stage presence and modern acoustic guitar playing.
Tamara Hollins, visiting assistant professor of English, is no stranger to the University of La Verne.
With winter quickly approaching, it is about that time when everyone is getting sick or fears that they will be the next victim of that tiny, yet evil, three lettered word: the flu.
In keeping in step with the information age, the University of La Verne is currently testing a new system for completing teacher evaluation forms online.
The University of La Verne’s Career Development and Placement Center is a resource for current students and alumni who may be searching for full or part-time jobs and need a little help in doing so.
Founders Auditorium was filled with beautiful sounds of music Wednesday night, as Russicum, part of the St. Petersburg Vocal Ensemble, presented their style of Russian choir music.