Since 1985, the University of La Verne has enjoyed Sister Mary Dennis Peters, reference librarian, as a source at solace and information in the Wilson Library; but after this year, Sister Mary will be retiring.
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Founders Auditorium was quickly lit up on Monday as University of La Verne senior Kendell Smith and his four band members, performed his senior recital.
The 4th annual Healing the Heart for Project SISTER, held on April 22 at the Sheraton Suites Fairplex, gathered approximately 200 people to honor L.A. District Attorney Steve Cooley and the Assistance League of Covina.
Last month the David and Margaret Home in La Verne launched the Parent Project, which is a 10 to 16 week parent training program designed specifically for parents of strong-willed or out-of-control adolescent children.
Faculty and administrators from various departments made up a lively panel, which address issues and questions regarding spirituality and homosexuality last week in the President’s Dining Hall.
The model Jewish Seder attracted about 40 people last Wednesday in the President’s Dining Room, who participated in the ritual Passover dinner.
High school students from 27 Californian schools participated in the 21st Annual High School Theater Festival hosted by the University of La Verne’s Theater Arts Department on Wednesday and continuing through today.
Animals paraded across the stage doing tricks and showing off costumes at the La Verne Community Center last weekend.
“MontuScholar: The Rebirth of Ancient Egyptian & Nubian Martial Arts The Ausar Form,” by adjunct professor of religion Salim Faraji was recently published by the University of La Verne’s Collegiate Press.
In keeping with the interfaith tone of last week’s peace fair events, the University of La Verne Campus Ministry also held Catholic services March 5 in observance of Ash Wednesday.