Philip Hofer, administrator emeritus, reflected on his experience and place with the University of La Verne at his lecture, “Mediocrity and Meaning: Reflections on a ‘Significant’ Administrative and Service Career,” Tuesday via Zoom.
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Alexys Ortiz, junior psychology major, poses for her close up during the filming of her solo performance for the Musical Theatre class final project Saturday at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Glendale.
Elleni Koulos, joined by professional therapists Bradley Geske, Nicole Hernandez and John Hana, hosts an online panel for the weekly Mental Health Mondays series May 10.
Professor of Public Administration and Public Management Jack Meek delivered his last lecture, explaining his journey in life and the journey for the future, Tuesday via Zoom before a virtual audience of 80.
The Campus Activities Board held a slam poetry event Wednesday, where students competed for prizes for the best original poem.
A worker tends the flowers at the Carlsbad Flower Fields on April 13. The Carlsbad Flower Fields have reopened its 50 acres of ranunculus flowers to the public through May 9.
University of La Verne students joined Elleni Koulos, Gwendolyn McInnes, Brent Blumenthal and Ryan Ingram to discuss the proper ways to be an ally to the Asian American and Pacific Islander community amid the extreme wave of hate crimes Monday via Zoom
Daron Kachatourian, a past president of the Armenian Cultural Foundation, talks about the history of the Armenian Genocide and the effects of what happened afterward at the Hot Spots lecture held in honor of Armenian Genocide Remembrance Day on Wednesday via Zoom.
The University of La Verne hosted a virtual career fair last week with 50 employers, to help students learn about job and internship opportunities via Zoom.
Maggie Parkins, a featured celloist, plays a piece entitled “Sistere” in a video from 2017 at Pomona College’s Ussachevsky Memorial Festival of Electro Acoustic Music held online Sunday.