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The voices of children filled Founders Auditorium Saturday morning at the Kid’s Club Concert.
Founders Auditorium overflowed with “Music of Life and Love” last Friday as the University of La Verne music department presented its fall semester student recitals.
Rhona Shand, artist and creator of “Liminal Significance,” offers a visual exploration into the complexity of the human spirit through her photographs on display through Nov. 21 in the Carlson Gallery.
Homecoming events at the University of La Verne brought a large turnout to the annual La Verne Harvest Festival on Nov. 8 on D Street and 3rd Street in La Verne.
Andrea Labinger, professor of Spanish at the University of La Verne, had a book signing last week for “An Empty House,” which she recently translated from Spanish.
The University of La Verne was alive with the beautiful sounds of the University Chorale last weekend as the Women’s and Men’s ensemble gave two beautiful performances.
Paul Alvarez, clinical supervisor for athletic training and professor of movement and sports science at the University, was recently named chairman of the Ethnic Diversity Advisory Committee for the Far West Athletic Trainers’ Association.
When one thinks of coffee, they might think of the world renowned Starbucks. Of course, this rapidly growing company would be on the tip of everyone’s tongues. It is on nearly every corner.
A new feminine voice can be heard coming from Founders Auditorium, home of the University’s music department.