My mother would take my sisters, brother and me to Powwow events throughout Oregon when I was a kid.
Writers Archives: Leah Heagy
Because of the recommendations from the Capital Projects Evaluation Committee, which rated projects according to five criteria, including those that would have a profound impact on the image and perception of students and in creating a more professional learning and teaching environment, many buildings at the University of La Verne were renovated over the summer […]
With the upcoming presidential election and the newfound need for candidates to label their religious views, Bill Cook, professor of English, held a lecture titled, “Blinded by Belief: Faith vs. Freedom.”
Juniors Brittany Alarcon and Kristine Acosta broadcast from Davenport Dining Hall to mark KULV’s change of format Sept. 17.
The conflicted cultural experience of what immigrants went through when migrating to America was told by Professor of English Ken Scambray to an intimate audience of about 15 members at the Sept. 16 Faculty Lecture Series.
For the past few months I’ve watched my good friends Victoria, John and Zeke watch countless Dodger games.
Some University of La Verne graduates grow up to become doctors, lawyers and teachers while others grow up to become Mr. Philippines.
Jason Neidleman, associate professor of political science, is writing a book about Jean Jacques Rosseau that he claims will be the first text in English about the philosopher “as a theorist of truth.”
The Campus Activities Board began the first week of September with events to welcome students back to the University of La Verne for fall semester.
The University of La Verne has welcomed two new librarians to the Elvin and Betty Wilson Library to help enrich the academic life of students.