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On Tuesday students, faculty and staff gathered to experience the University’s annual Model Passover Seder. The Seder is a Jewish ritual which marks the beginning of the eight-day Jewish holiday Passover.
Fifteen out of 20 University of La Verne students surveyed informally said that they buy their textbooks from various online sources – instead of the University of La Verne Bookstore.
The recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan has served as a wake-up call for California residents wondering when and where the next “big one” might happen, and how best to prepare.
Morgan Auditorium was filled with the smiling faces of faculty members from the University’s various disciplines Tuesday for Faculty Book Day.
Organizational consultant and author Warren Bennis spoke on the topic “Memoir of a Life and Leadership” on Monday in Morgan Auditorium.
Newly appointed University Chaplain Zandra Wagoner has had many experiences while on campus and feels ready to bring her plans for the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life into action.
Carlos Moreno, associate justice of the California Supreme Court, spoke to an audience of around 65 guests about the “Evolution of Family in California” and discussed the future for same sex marriages.
Fulbright scholar Naeema Ali Abdelgawad hosted the discussion “Egypt: Between Freedom and Chaos,” on March 24 as part of the Hot Spots lecture series.
Father Gregory Boyle, founder and executive director of Homeboy Industries, presented his book “Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion,” as part of the Katharine Howard Miller Endowed Speakers Program on Tuesday at Scripps College’s Balch Auditorium in Claremont.
Naeema Ali Abdelgawad, esteemed Egyptian Fulbright Scholar, addressed the conflicts that surround religion and misconceptions of the Middle East in her lecture and presentation of her film “Hasan and Morqos” on March 24.