The department of psychology at the University of La Verne received a $100,000 grant to complete their work with the California Department of Mental Health.
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The Office of Information Technology and the two newly developed systems for the University of La Verne Web site are making life easier for current students and staff at ULV.
Herbert W. Hogan, respected member of the La Verne community and long time University administrator, died July 2 at the Hillcrest Nursing Center following a lengthy illness. He was 84.
People gathered in the President’s Dining Room Tuesday to remember and celebrate Mary Prieto-Bayard, co-founder of the Coalition of Diversity, who died a year ago.
The Associated Student Forum awarded Lordsburg Debate Union a $9,000 grant, which will be used to sponsor the University of La Verne’s debate team in an upcoming competition.
Laura Bucio Staff Writer The house sits in the shade of a huge palm tree with a pathway covered in pebbles leading to its brightly painted green door. Inside, a friendly staff and a small living room area with two big couches welcomes everyone who comes in. This is the new home of the Mosaic […]
For those graduating seniors looking for more than the typical commencement celebrations, the Campus Ministry offers the annual Baccalaureate service.
About 30 members of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity witnessed an armed robbery at the Denny’s Diner on Foothill Blvd. at about 1:30 a.m. Monday.
NASCAR racing doesn’t typically consider the University of La Verne campus home. But when the track is only 26 feet long, and the cars can be controlled with a remote, ULV can tell its students to start their engines.
On Saturday, about 50 children and parents of the Kids Music Club had the chance to enjoy the “Popcorn,” “Tick Tack” and “Red Hots” of violinist Paul Stein in a performance fit for all ages.