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Faculty and staff honored for service

Gabriela Krupa Staff Writer Shane Rodrigues, Stacey Darling-Novak, Brian Tresner and Al Clark were among the many faculty members who were honored at the Faculty and Staff Recognition Ceremony last Friday. Members of the La Verne community received honors ranging from years of service to Employee of the Year. In all, 75 people were honored for their years of service, ranging from five to 35 years. Fourteen... 

La Verne sets the alarm for 6 a.m.

Liz Ortiz Staff Writer Beginning next semester, the University of La Verne will implement a new scheduling concept, called “sunrise college,” and some classes will begin as early as 6 a.m. According to the email that was sent to University students, the registrar’s office said that the classes will appeal to “morning people” who are ready to learn and be active during earlier hours. Elementary... 

CAPA Dean’s List, Fall 2013

The following students in the CAPA program earned a grade point average of 3.75 or better in the fall 2013 semester. Adams, Stacy Aguilar, Jenessa Aguirre, Gricelda Aizumi, Aiden Alderete, John Alderete, Neiva Alvarado, Kharymm Arvayo, Fred Avila, Veronica Banuelos, Vanessa Barnes, Shannon Barrow, Sandra Bedard, Adrian Bell, Elizabeth Beuster, Linda Bland, De Anne Bland, Elmer Boland, Julie Borba,... 
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AAUP Meeting The University of La Verne’s chapter of the American Association of University Professors will meet at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in room 142 of the College of Business and Public Management Building. The AAUP’s purpose and mission, according to its website, is to advance academic freedom and shared governance and to define fundamental values and standards in higher education. All full-time... 

The Courage to Heal: Life after sexual assault

<i>The Courage to Heal</i>: Life after sexual assault
Clara Serrano, a junior business administration major, Alma Ayala, a sophomore business administration major and Kim Navarro, a junior business administration major discuss the product, Unplugged Budz at Take Back the Night last Friday. The proceeds from the sales will go directly to House of Ruth, a local organization that helps women and children affected by domestic violence. / photo by Katie Madden Katie... 

Rape Culture: The media’s role in normalizing assault

<i>Rape Culture</i>: The media's role in normalizing assault
Denise Leung, senior photography major; Lili Gradilla, intercultural program coordinator; Tahil Sharma, senior foreign languages major; and Jacob Talamantes; senior psychology major, paint encouraging messages to victims of sexual violence during the Take Back the Night event last Friday. La Verne counselors Julee Lamott and Sarah Leclerc set up the booth to teach students about the harms of victim... 

Take Back the Night: Standing for victims

<i>Take Back the Night</i>: Standing for victims
Kim Navarro, One in Three Club president; Sandy Maas, club vice president; Rebekah Reza, senior psychology major; Roxanna Bautista, sophomore psychology major; Lili Gradilla, intercultural program coordinator; and Loretta Rahmani, dean of student affairs, hold a candlelight vigil Friday in honor of victims of sexual violence and abuse. The vigil was part of Take Back the Night, an event One in Three... 

Cal Poly hosts strawberry festival

Cal Poly hosts strawberry festival
Ontario resident Francis Rowlands added rubber to the outer rim of his four-wheel drive Massey-Harris general-purpose tractor to be able to drive it short distances on roads without tearing up the pavement. Rowlands bought the 1930s tractor in Missouri and had it shipped to California. He said it was the first model Massey-Harris made, but the company only sold for a few years because they were not... 

Redman prepares for next phase

Redman prepares for next phase
Peggy Redman, professor of education and director of teacher education, was the inaugural recipient of the Spirit of La Verne Award. As she prepares to retire this year, she cherishes the numerous honors and positions she has held and is ready for the next chapter in her life. / photo by Julian Burrell Kellie Galentine Assistant LV Life Editor At 76 Peggy Redman, director of the La Verne experience... 

Same-sex couples face work stress

Same-sex couples face work stress
Nadine Nakamura, assistant professor of psychology, presents her faculty lecture, “Understanding the Experiences of Same-Sex Binational Couples,” Monday in the President’s Dining Room. The lecture focused on the multiple difficulties same-sex binational couples face, including immigration, prejudice and bureaucracy. / photo by Austen Beck Gabriela Krupa Staff Writer Nadine Nakamura, assistant... 
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