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Smith argues complex thinking should come first

Smith argues complex thinking should come first

Yvonne Smith expressed her experiences with an honors program centered on a theory of classic novel exploration in her lecture at noon on Monday in the President’s Dining Room.

Corvino speaks out to ensure equality

Corvino speaks out to ensure equality

John Corvino known as “The Gay Moralist” was invited by the Rainbow Alliance club to give a lecture last night in the university’s Campus Center Ballroom A on the morality of homosexuality titled “Born or Made and What’s the Difference?”

Immigration myths are disproven

Immigration myths are disproven

Immigration is a current topic of debate in the United States due in part to the fear that immigrants negatively affect the economy and contribute to crime and terrorism.

Sports film class addresses deeper issues

Sports movies and classic American values have combined to form a brand new course for La Verne students that will surely get them thinking.

Afghan scholars visit ULV for symposium

A lack of education and the absence of cultural understanding were among the reasons cited for human rights violations in Afghanistan at the Afghanistan and State Building Symposium last Friday, hosted by the La Verne College of Law. The symposium, well attended by local and international dignitaries, featured panel speakers from Afghanistan, the U.S. Afghan Women’s Council and Harvard – all of whom shared their views on human rights violations.

WASC report calls for changes

A new report has revealed the University of La Verne passed the first phase of the rigorous re-accreditation process, which also means it still has work to do. The report, a capacity and preparatory review, was prepared by the Western Associa tion of Schools and Colleges and featured a list of praises and problems – many of which are related to the University’s lack of a shared vision.

Panel addresses Afghan rebuilding

More than 70 people, of whom many were lawyers, gathered in the Campus Center to examine the reconstruction of Afghanistan and the United States’ role in the rebuilding process.

Politics, multiculturalism and corruption considered

Military, government, academia high-ranking officials and policymakers united for the common interest of law in post-conflict states – in this instance, Afghanistan.

Kathleen Lamkin outlines Wagner's genius

Kathleen Lamkin outlines Wagner's genius

Professor of Music Kathleen Lamkin lectured on “Drama in Wagner’s ‘Ring:’ Music Propels the Action,” the last of the “Ring” lecture series, for 30 students and faculty members.

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