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Professor of Management Yvonne Smith laid out some of the problems of the Millennial generation during her lecture “Millennials, Personal Accountability and the College Classroom,” Monday in the President’s Dining Room as part of the Faculty Lecture Series.
Campus safety is working with Capital Planning to add Wide Area Emergency Broadcast System, or WEBS, towers on campus, starting with one in D Lot this semester.
As California increases its waste diversion quota, La Verne’s business and residential community are emphasizing recycling.
Despite a reported increase in homicide rates in Pomona, La Verne, Claremont and Montclair continue to be some of the safest cities to live in.
The University celebrated its 122nd convocation in the Sports Science and Athletics Pavilion on Aug. 29.
Students and faculty commemorated the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington by participating in a nationwide celebration of the event and Martin Luther King Jr. on August 28.
A longtime fixture in La Verne’s public service sector, City Councilman Robert Rodriguez died July 6 from respiratory failure. He was 83 and in the middle of his eighth term on the council.
The National Reconnaissance Office Launch is not magic, it is science.
La Verne’s search for a new city council member ended with former La Verne police chief Ron Ingels selected to finish out the term of Robert Rodriguez, who died July 6.
The following students in the College of Arts and Sciences earned a grade point average of 3.75 or better for the spring 2013 semester.