Environmental issues have become a major concern worldwide and professors at the University of La Verne addressed why carbon dioxide, land use change, and global warming are important, in a series of lectures throughout the week of Nov 17.
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Boring, plain-jane hair-dos have come and gone. Men and women alike are styling their hair to accent their individuality and they are doing it in big, eye-catching ways.
Volunteers hid bones and hair as the room went silent. On command, Rhea, a 2-year-old border collie, went to work pacing and sniffing the room for clues. For Rhea, finding the bone meant a reward from her trainer. But Rhea’s work is much more than the clever trick of a well-trained dog.
Nearly 40 students and faculty members gathered in the West Dining Room last week to hear Aghop Der-Karabetian read from his translated works “Jail to Jail,” true stories of survival from the Armenian Genocide of 1915.
Members of the University of La Verne sorority Iota Delta hosted their annual “Bowl for Breath” fundraising event Saturday at the Brunswick Bowling Alley, raising $750; $250 more than their original goal.
The Action Task Force, the group charged with “finding” $8 million in the University’s budget, has made 16 new recommendations to President Steve Morgan.
Dogs have become the latest fashion accessory. Along with Paris Hilton and other Hollywood stars, people are carrying their pets everywhere.
In response to the needs of the community, the David & Margaret Home, which offer programs of intervention and therapeutic assistance to abused, neglected and behaviorally challenged youth and their families, recently initiated additional services including school-based counseling at the Claremont Unified School District, family preservation services in Pomona schools and community services through the […]
Taylor Kingsbury, a University of La Verne alumnus, has released his first book. Titled “Les Fables,” the novel is a collection of horror stories with a twist of illustrated drawings that has the possibility of becoming a TV series.
The University of La Verne’s Science division received a grant of $500,000 from the W.M. Keck Foundation for its new nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer, which cost the University $475,000.