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Olson discusses prejudice at work

Olson discusses prejudice at work

Associate Professor of Management and Leadership Deborah Olson presented her research “Mid and Late Career Growth: Engagement and Meaning” Monday in the President’s Dining Room, as part of the Faculty Lecture Series.

Sanders stresses conservation

Sanders stresses conservation

Cathy Irwin, Associate professor of Writing, introduces speaker Scott Russell Sanders, an award-winning author, as a part of the One Book, One University series sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences October 10 in the Arts and Communications Building.

Trustee Jeffers remembered for service

Stephen Jeffers, emeritus trustee to the University of La Verne Board, died in his home Oct. 8. He was 88.

Godde examines skeletal remains

Godde examines skeletal remains

A new assistant professor of anthropology at the University of La Verne, Godde cut her teeth in forensics working at the University of Knoxville’s Decomposition Facility, an operation commonly referred to as a “body farm.”

Community News: Ghost Walk guides visitors though local history

<i>Community News</i>: Ghost Walk guides visitors though local history

The Claremont Ghost Walk, held last Saturday and Sunday nights, allowed members of the community to experience a good scare while learning a bit about their city’s history.

Lieberman presents campus progress report

In her State of the University address for fall 2013 on Wednesday, University President Devorah Lieberman laid out the highlights and challenges for the current academic year.

Western Days Rodeo rounds up community

Western Days Rodeo rounds up community

This weekend, the San Dimas community was treated to the 19th annual San Dimas Western Days Rodeo in Horsethief Park, complete with horseback riding, calf-roping and plenty of country spirit.

ALS Walk tops $100k in donations

The University of La Verne hosted the annual Walk to Defeat ALS with an estimated 1,200 walkers Sunday.

Open house shakes up awareness

Open house shakes up awareness

Members of the La Verne community gathered together on D Street Saturday as the local police and fire departments welcomed people to their stations for an open house.

Kennan fights for justice

Kennan fights for justice

If you have not seen senior adjunct professor of sociology Dan Kennan on campus, you might have seen his face on the corner of Indian Hill Boulevard and Arrow Highway in Claremont every Friday protesting the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, and any other pre-emptive strike the United States looks to make that could start another war.

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