In commemoration of the 2002 graduating class, the University of La Verne’s Leadership Development and Transition Program hosted the Senior Class Pizza Party Wednesday.
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Born in West Africa and raised in multicultural environments, John Bartelt, associate professor of education at University of La Verne, calls himself a “world citizen.”
Chi Delta Omicron charity concert for the fight against spinal cord injuries took place April 18 at the University of La Verne Founders Auditorium.
Graduating seniors not only have to be concerned about their classes, grades and the required credits for graduation, but also have to worry about their future careers.
The University of La Verne Peace Fair Tuesday culminated with a concert to raise money for Lambs for Afghanistan, a program which purchases lambs for Afghan refugees.
The University of La Verne has always excelled in providing students with a broad view in academia. As part of this commitment, the ULV Photography Department has introduced a petition to the Faculty Assembly to start a new minor in photography.
Spring break is around the corner and with it come scams that can ruin the fun for hundreds of American spring breakers. Every year the Consumers Protection Bureau receives hundreds of complaints from college students who seek a perfect getaway but end up on disastrous trips.
The Youth College Network has announced that University of La Verne Dance Team is one of colleges selected for initiation this year.
What is an HMO? The answer to this question is clearly explained in the new PG-13-rated drama “John Q.” The movie features Oscar nominee Denzel Washington in the character John Q. Archibald, a desperate father whom the health system fails, leaving him nothing more than an extreme decision to save his son’s life.
With the goal of broadening students’ exposure to different cultures, the Brethren Colleges Abroad program at the University of La Verne sends about 32 students a semester to study in foreign countries.