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Using viewpoints from various experiences of life in Haiti, five women told their unique stories of living in the nation’s social and economic strife during the time before the tragic earthquakes.
On Monday night about 25 La Verne students, faculty and staff filled the Campus Center Ballroom to see David Werner’s presentation, “My Precious Illusion: Power in Wagner and Tolkien.”
Sharon Davis, professor of sociology, has been on sabbatical since February. Although being a professor includes a lot of work, she keeps herself extra busy by being part of several committees, traveling and writing a book on juvenile delinquency.
Gabriela Capraroiu, assistant professor of modern languages, addressed the linguistic boundaries present in the translation of Romanian literature written by exiled authors scattered throughout other countries.
There are 12.3 million children, women and adults being exploited for labor and sex in the human trafficking business and the Model United Nations members on the University of La Verne campus decided to spread the word on this issue.
Signs bearing messages like “Peace not war,” “War is not pro-life” and “War is not the answer” were held aloft by more than 70 protesters at a war rally in Claremont last Friday.
Carmen Dominguez Nevarez, ULV class of 1948, told the story Tuesday of her life as a first-generation Mexican-American student growing up in the La Verne community.
Hector Delgado, professor of sociology and a leading voice on sociological and political issues at ULV for the better part of the decade, discusses a few pressing questions about race relations, immigration and what movies meet his standards.
In an effort to showcase all that the University of La Verne has to offer, the Faculty Lecture Series in now available in iTunes.
Cleveland Hayes, assistant professor of education, spoke from the heart Monday focusing on the experience of his grandmother, an African American school teacher working in the heart of the Jim Crow South.