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Alumnus uncovers cost of Internet fame

In the world of social media popularity, every like and follower on a website is now translating to dollar signs for some social media moguls.

Millennials face uncertain financial futures

Beats by Dre: $300. LouisVuitton Monogram­ouflage bag: $2,000. Realizing you have frivolously spent all your earnings on impulse purchases: horrendous.

Union could grow

Adjunct faculty who teach at University of La Verne’s regional campuses are now included in the bargaining table for unionization.

Debaters defend title at UC Davis

Motivated by its recent international win in Canada, the debate team continued its successful streak, placing first in the UC Davis tournament this month for the second year in a row.

Festival shares culture and crafts

Festival shares culture and crafts

Native American dancers, singers, artisans and tribal leaders all participated in the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden’s Acorn Festival last weekend as part of a celebration of the modern connection between the California native plant and human life.

Faculty share their teaching savvy

Faculty share their teaching savvy

Twelve University of La Verne faculty from a variety of disciplines gathered at the Campus Center Ballroom to present their approaches to teaching excellence before students and colleagues for the Celebration of Teaching event on Nov. 15.

Trio measures K-12 teacher efficacy

Trio measures K-12 teacher efficacy

Lisa Looney, assistant professor of education, unveiled the results of a research project that discovered the correlation between teacher efficacy and student performance at the faculty lecture Nov. 18 in the President’s Dining Room.

Watergate editor shares Kristallnacht memories

A large group of faculty, alumni, and students attended Harry Rosenfeld’s lecture, “From Kristallnacht to Water­gate: Memories of a News­paper­man,” Sunday in the Campus Center.

La Verne ponders merit pay

A new policy is in the works to raise faculty wages based on their performances in teaching, research and professional service.

Church shares Peace and Carrots

Church shares Peace and Carrots

A plot that used to only have rotting playground equipment now provides thousands of pounds of fresh produce annually through the La Verne Church of the Brethren’s Peace and Carrots community garden project.

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