The University held a ground-breaking last week for the Ludwick Center for Spirituality, Cultural Understanding, and Community Engagement – which will be housed in a renovated and expanded version of Brandt Hall dormitory.
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President Devorah Lieberman gave the State of the University address last Friday in the Campus Center Ballroom as part of Friday Focus, a series of monthly meetings that discuss specific topics about the University.
As part of the Sundays at the Morgan performances, “The Best of La Verne” was the last concert of the series for this semester as the University of La Verne ends the Lyceum program as part of an attempt at financial restructuring.
Red lighting filled the room, with a smoky view of the stage where small restaurant tables covered in white cloth and wine glasses were placed in front.
The University held a Genocide Remembrance Day event Monday in Fasnacht Court. It was a combined event in observance of the Holocaust and the Armenian Genocide, which were both commemorated in April this year.
Jeimi Herrera, junior promotions director of LeoFM, and Christopher Norman, senior program director of LeoFM, both won second place in separate categories at the 2018 Broadcast Education Associations Festival of Media Arts this month.
Dorothy Gartsman, junior photography major, curated the student exhibit titled “Multiple Exposure: Through a Woman’s Eye” in the Ground Floor Gallery in Miller Hall.
Grace Xia Zhao, assistant professor of music and artist-in-residence, chose highly personal pieces for her piano recital, “All Things You Are,” Sunday in Morgan Auditorium. The performance was part of the music department’s Sundays at the Morgan concert series.
“Piano(+),” a piano recital that focused on electro-acoustic pieces, was held Saturday in Morgan Auditorium. The program was presented by adjunct piano professor Rafael Liebich, and the People Inside Electronics, a concert series devoted to live electro-acoustic music in Los Angeles.
For the Love of Arts Benefit Concert, a silent auction and fundraiser put on by the Cultural Arts Society of La Verne, was held Saturday in the meeting house at the Hillcrest Retirement Community in La Verne. More than 100 guests helped raise $3,100 for future art programs throughout the night.