The Los Angeles County Fire Department battled flames that destroyed one house and caused the evacuation of 25 nearby homes in the hills above Claremont and La Verne Monday evening.
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In honor of Andrew Tompkins, a former University of La Verne diver and business administration major who died of cancer on Sept. 22, the University hosted a celebration of his life Oct. 3 in the Athletics Pavilion.
Metta World Peace, the NBA player formerly known as Ron Artest, shared his struggles with mental illness, while navigating his nearly two-decade professional basketball career, at Pomona College Wednesday.
Andrew Tompkins, a former University of La Verne diver and business administration major, died of cancer on Sept. 22. He was 21.
The University of La Verne welcomed two new board of trustees this summer – John Raffoul, president of the Adventist Health White Memorial, and Martha Daniel, president and CEO of Information and Management Resources Inc.
In conjunction with a series of workshops to facilitate dialogue about diversity and inclusion, Karlita Warren, co-chair of the Faculty Diversity Committee, led a workshop titled “Handling Difficult Conversations in the Classroom” Wednesday in the Howell Board Room.
The University’s new mandatory diversity and cultural competence training for all full time faculty took effect this summer, with a completion deadline of Oct. 1.
The United States has morphed into a place of constant fear, where the next place for a mass shooting could be anywhere; bullet-proof backpacks are now on back to school shelves, active shooter drills at school and in workplaces are standard, and educators are learning how to treat gunshot wounds.
Al Clark, professor of humanities, played a sneak peak of his documentary that chronicles the experiences of 46 University of La Verne alumni Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
In an effort to help migrant refugees, ULV is conducting a humanitarian campaign, and is encouraging donations to help those in need until Sept. 11.