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Devorah Lieberman, who became the University of La Verne’s 18th president, discusses what attracted her to the University, her plans for the coming years and what will be the La Verne experience.
Moustafa Bayoumi, the award-winning author of “How Does it Feel to be a Problem?” spoke about the hardships that were endured by seven young Arab-Americans after the 9/11 terrorist attacks Tuesday in Morgan Auditorium.
Matthew Witt, associate professor of public administration, demonstrated the usefulness of the study of public administration by sharing his lecture “Integrity in Public Administration: Toward New Vistas” on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
A panel of La Verne professors discussed the idea of achieving peace in the Middle East in the Hot Spots lecture “Democracy in the Middle East: Hopes and Challenges,” last week.
On Wednesday Leo Hall, the Barkley Building and the Barkley Annex were evacuated after the contractor working on renovations to Leo Hall hit the natural gas main line behind the building.
It has become fairly routine practice for University of La Verne students to turn on the laptop with every intention of working on homework. Five minutes of work go by, when suddenly the status updates of their friends seem infinitely more interesting than whatever you are working on.
The long-awaited parking lot, which spans roughly between D Street and the Athletic Pavilion will open Tuesday.
Mark Juergensmeyer, director of the Orfalea Center for Global and International Studies at the University of California at Santa Barbara, spoke to the ULV community about the war on terror last Thursday in the Campus Center.
The University of La Verne’s One Book, One University program continued with the “Teaching, Living and Learning After 9/11” panel which featured President Devorah Lieberman and University Chaplain Zandra Wagoner.