Activist and author Kevin Powell discussed his commitment to justice and equality for all at the Frederick Douglass Humanitarian Lecture Monday in Morgan Auditorium.
Richard Landis, former University chancellor and trustee emeritus, died Feb. 14 in his sleep at the age of 95.
In a time when campus crime and active shooters are more than just occasional headlines on a page, the University of La Verne has begun to reach out to the on-campus community, in part, via a downloadable app.
The La Verne Fire Department coordinated a series of safety trainings Feb. 22, 23 and 26 to prepare the firefighters for emergencies in the relatively new “high-rise” buildings at the University.
Ten University of La Verne student tutors from the Academic Success Center presented their research at the 12th Southern California Writing Centers Association Tutor Conference Saturday at Westmont College in Santa Barbara.
Yvonne Smith, professor of management, explored how entrepreneurs create change in society at her lecture “What a 12th Century Nun Has to Say to 21st Century Entrepreneurs” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
In light of the current debates around immigration and Islamphobia, the University of La Verne community aimed to acknowledge and reflect on the similar trends of discrimination experienced by different minority groups in a discussion panel “Different Faces, Same Fears” Feb. 19 in LaFetra Hall.
There is never a typical day in the office for Soheila Azizi as she deals with other people’s lives every day.
Deborah Olson, professor of management and leadership, looked at leadership development steps in her lecture “Leadership Emergence: Development Activities that Impact Growth and Performance” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Students were able to have a deeper understanding of the situation Syrian refugees face with a screening of “Salam Neighbor,” a documentary that explores the human side of an ongoing political conflict, Feb. 18 in the Arts and Communications Building.