University of La Verne officials last week announced the appointment Ibrahim Helou as Dean of the College of Business and Public Management.
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A 10-mile highway in Big Bear Lake now bears the name of University of La Verne alumnus Lt. Jared Landaker, as a way of permanently memorializing the sacrifices made by this fallen Marine.
With great conviction, the final candidates for the position of dean of the College of Business and Public Management argued for their potential contributions to the Search Committee on April 28 and 29.
Consistency and discipline were key, as members of the University of La Verne’s debate team advanced for the second year in a row to the Final Round at the United States National Championships, held this year in Portland, Ore.
Developing skills for students to become socially responsible business leaders, Students in Free Enterprise are living the University of La Verne’s mission by mobilizing students to improve the lives of others in the world.
A lack of consumer confidence in the direction of the U.S. economy is packing on the pressure for the presidential candidates as the race for the White House intensifies.
Focussing on the urgency of extending the Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension to the eastern San Gabriel Valley and Inland Empire, the I Will Ride Campaign is a call to action to finish what was started.
Among many factors to consider during the 2008 presidential election is the Iraq war, which carries considerable weight in shaping the University of La Verne’s support of presidential candidates.
Education and the promotion of sustainable lifestyles have caught the attention of many ULV students who are participating in the Green Institute for Village Empowerment, a new organization on campus.
Devastating crimes on school campuses across the nation such as the Virginia Tech and Northern Illinois shootings as well as recent local acts of school violence, serve as striking reminders for University of La Verne students and faculty to remain vigilant.