In 2005, a minor in women’s, gender and sexuality studies was added to the University of La Verne’s academic catalog. University Chaplain Zandra Wagoner, who was the director of general education, was facilitator among a large committee of faculty members from several departments who were pushing for the program since discussion of a women’s studies […]
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Though the University values diversity and inclusivity in its mission statement, students have been speaking out on its lack of diversity in resources, services and curriculum.
After almost four decades and more than $30 million, the College of Law this month received full accreditation from the American Bar Association, making it the only nationally accredited law school in the Inland Empire.
The traditional undergraduate tuition for the 2016-17 school year will increase 3.48 percent, from $38,560 to around $39,902 per year, President Devorah Lieberman said in an emailed statement Wednesday.
University officials are looking to bolster campus safety resources and protocols following the armed robbery that prompted a campus lockdown Monday night.
Five burglars were arrested Wednesday morning after allegedly attempting to break into several La Verne homes, police said.
A possible suspect is in custody as La Verne police are investigating an armed robbery Monday night near the Oaks Residence Hall, a ULV emergency notification stated.
The University of La Verne College of Law was officially recommended for full accreditation by the American Bar Association, University officials announced Monday.
Holiday spirit and music filled Morgan Auditorium Sunday at the Wondrous Holiday Spectacular winter concert.
In his 14 years on the field, Nathan Gonzalez has had many memorable games, but he remembers one specific game from his childhood that would eventually become his most embarrassing moment on the field.