Joella Jean Mahoney, professor of art emerita and founder of the University’s Department of Art, died in June at age 84 in Sedona, Arizona.
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Receiving a warm welcome from the University of La Verne, the former prime minister of Pakistan, Benezir Bhutto, spoke to a crowded room of students as well as administrators on Monday, May 12, in the Howell Board Room.
Recognition for years of service to the University of La Verne ranging from five to 51 was made to staff and faculty at the Annual Faculty and Staff Service Awards ceremony Wednesday.
The resurgence in tattoo art has brought parlors back onto the main streets of shopping districts.
Senior Eric Johnson, junior S. Baker Eatmon and Professor of Theater Arts David Flaten took on the roles of various characters from Hamlet on May 9, to perform a “Staged Reading of the 15 minute Hamlet,” by Tom Stoppard.
New men’s volleyball head coach Jack Coberly met with the team last Thursday and discussed the expectations for next year and what he requires from each player.
In honor of the celebration for Cinco de Mayo, the University of La Verne held an afternoon and evening full of Latin art displays, food, dancing and live music this past Monday, May 5.
Four years ago as a freshman she qualified for nationals in the javelin field event and represented the track and field team in Illinois. Two years ago today, she gave birth to her son Benjamin.
Five records were broken and national qualifiers merged at the SCIAC championships courtesy of the University of La Verne women’s track team last Saturday at Pomona-Pitzer College.
Performances of “The Marriage,” the latest endeavor of the University of La Verne Theatre Department, began yesterday and will continue through April 26.