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Agreement opens the door for health careers

Jennifer Jackson Assistant Editor Students pursuing a career in the health professions can gain early admission for graduate programs offered at Western University in Pomona through an agreement signed by University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman and Western President Philip Pumerantz in early April. “This felt like a very easy, geographically close way for our students, who are interested... 

Werner reflects on teaching career

Werner reflects on teaching career
Longtime ULV English professor David Werner presented “I Have a Map to a Treasure” Monday in the President’s Dining Room. Werner, who will retire this year, talked about the creative writing class he taught in the prison education program, and the college writing and mythology classes he has taught for years at the University. He also shared his love for “Star Wars,” Joseph Campbell and... 

Ziners share creations

Eleanor Hodgson, Dante Matero, Gracia Amos and Ariel Kusby, all members of the Nothing New Publications staff and undergraduates at UCLA, talk with Sierra McCormick and Isabelle Beausang about their zines at Claremont Zinefest Saturday at the Claremont Packing House. Zines, a shortened version of magazine, are booklets containing writing, art or photography that are self-published by the authors. Along... 

Shoppers find unwanted treasures

Former Bonita High School student Bradley Diamond asks for her family’s opinion of a romper at Bonita High School’s sixth annual Community Yard Sale Saturday. Diamond currently lives in Oakland, but returned to La Verne to visit her family. Diamond said her mother loves yard sales so she decided to accompany her to the sale. / photo by Celene Vargas Brooke Grasso Staff Writer Community members... 

News Briefs

Faculty Lecture Kathy Lamkin will present “My Last Lecture” at noon Monday in the President’s Dining Room for the Faculty Lecture Series. This will be Lamkin’s last faculty lecture before she retires at the end of this year. Multicultural Celebrations Various multicultural graduation celebrations held in honor of upcoming graduates May 12-16. Multicultural students are invited to celebrate... 

Gold Line connects counties

Brooke Grasso Staff Writer The Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension, a new 23-mile extension to Metro’s light rail system, will soon connect areas such as La Verne, Pomona and Claremont to the existing Gold Line stations that expands from Downtown Los Angeles to Pasadena. La Verne students and residents can expect a station on the corner of E Street and Arrow Highway that will have the ability to transport... 

New La Verne Farmers Market opens to fanfare

Jay Jones, professor of biology, and Tom Yost, owner of Carol Gardens, an organic growing business, discuss the aromas of rosemary Saturday at the La Verne Farmers Market. They tasted the rosemary after a lively conversation over the asexual reproduction of a circular cup structure, which develops new individuals when splashed out by rain or flowing water. Yost started growing vegetables and herbs... 

Community gathers in remembrance

Community gathers in remembrance
Rabbi Binymon Lisbon, kashrus administrator of the Kosher Supervision of America, and Aghop Der-Karabetian, professor of psychology, have a conversation before speaking in the Chapel on Tuesday for Holocaust Remembrance Day and the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. / photo by Helen Arase Lauren Crumbaker Staff Writer The La Verne community gathered to honor Holocaust Remembrance Day,... 

Academic Success Center hosts higher education debate

Academic Success Center hosts higher education debate
Gia Karpouzis, junior political science, philosophy and speech communications major, debates with fellow team members in the Johnson Family Plaza Tuesday. Karpouzis and her teammates argued about the cost of education, the public’s right to access lectures and information taught in universities and other controversial topics regarding higher education. / photo by Daniel Torres Celene Vargas Staff... 

Software choice is focus of lecture

Software choice is focus of lecture
Todd Britton, assistant vice president in the Office of Information Technology, presents the findings of his dissertation “Key Considerations of Community, Scalability, Supportability, Security, and Functionality in Selecting Open-Source Software in California Universities” Monday in the President’s Dining Room. Britton used a Web-based wiki to have participants from private, non-profit California... 
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