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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.

Cook shines light on Palestinians

Cook shines light on Palestinians

Professor of English William A. Cook has published numerous books and articles on Middle Eastern issues and social justice around the world while remaining a devoted professor at the University of La Verne.

O.C. center opens doors for higher education

O.C. center opens doors for higher education

The University of La Verne commemorated the grand opening of the Irvine location of its Orange County Regional Campus last Friday with a ribbon cutting ceremony and an open house.

Coming out builds effective leaders

Coming out builds effective leaders

Assistant Professor of Management Kathy Duncan gave a presentation titled “In and Out of the Closet: Gay and Lesbian Pastoral Leadership,” that discussed her research regarding the sexuality of those in religious positions and how it affects their ability to perform as religious leaders.

Class of ’14 gets taste of La Verne

Class of ’14 gets taste of La Verne

Prospective Leopards roamed the University of La Verne campus learning about their potential school for higher education during Spotlight Weekend last week.

ASULV elected officials want change

Students at the University of La Verne voted last week for ASULV officers, in a less conventional way.

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Janis Dietz calls for student honor code

Janis Dietz calls for student honor code

Janis Dietz, professor of business administration at the University of La Verne, offers her thoughts on cheating, graduating and national security.

Sean Dillon explains audience intimacy in 'Ring' lecture

Sean Dillon explains audience intimacy in 'Ring' lecture

Richard Wagner’s world was revealed to a group of 30 students and faculty members on April 8 at the lecture “Beyond the Mystic Chasm: Wagner Conjures for the Theater.”

Technology reforms research methods

Technology reforms research methods

Donna Bentley presented the essence of her new research in a lecture for students and faculty, concerning the implementation of tutorials for students’ research on Monday in the Presidents Dining Room.

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