Dr. William Donald Clague, esteemed professor and administrator at the University of La Verne, has died of natural causes. He was 90.
Writers Archives: Shelby Wertz
Borders is not just another bookstore. It is a place where people of all ages can go to enjoy themselves. Whether it be coffee, music, muffins or art, Borders has it and people are taking advantage of the opportunity.
Remember the days in kindergarten and first grade when you were able to show off your parents and what they did as real people in our world of dreams and make believe? For junior chemistry major Karie O’Neill those times have returned in her Development of American Democracy II class in a peculiar way.
With an Indiana Jones hat placed firmly atop his head, and an 11×14 inch camera in hand, photographer John Richardson begins another day of personal creativity.
Spring formal brings fun, excitement to more than 150 attendees.
In the recent selection to fill the vacated position of director of management information systems, Clive Houston-Brown began his first day of work last Tuesday, April 1.
A new face has begun patrolling the grounds of the university. Nancy Stark is the first female security staff member in the history of the University of La Verne.
Small music stores are few and far between, but what many people do not know is that a lot of the time, these music stores take pride in what they sell, much more than the large music distributor that sells compact disks for around $17 a piece.
Students can now receive the University’s Office of Public Safety quicker, with the installation of new public telephones with a speed dial button linking to the security office.
The Brethren Hillcrest continuing care retirement community in La Verne has elected its Board of Directors for 1997. Dr. Donald Clague recently retired as professor of educational management at the University of La Verne and was elected chair of Hillcrest’s Board of Directors. The vice chair of the Board is Marvin V. Snell, M.D., partner […]