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Greg Dewey explains network theory

Greg Dewey explains network theory
The President’s Dining Room was nearly full Monday for Interim Provost Greg Dewey’s lecture, “Network Theory in Biology.” Dewey’s lecture compared social networks and relationships between genes in biological systems. He also explained the significance of his research and how the application of his work employed the network theory to examine cancer biology. / photo by Jakeh Landrum Brittany... 

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Faculty Lecture Series Valerie Jordan’s lecture, originally scheduled for Monday, “State-by-State Varia­tions in Mental Health Regu­lations,” has been postponed. The next lecture will be held at 12:03 p.m. on Nov. 22 in the President’s Dining Room. Ian Lising will present, “Across the House: The Art and Science of World Universities Champion­ship Debating.” Javelin Throwers Can you... 

Alumni return for Homecoming weekend

Brittany Lawrence Staff Writer The University of La Verne’s Homecoming weekend is Nov. 5, 6 and 7 and consists of many events for the University’s alumni as well as current students. The alumni were sent post cards with the information of the events and could RSVP on Eventbrite, an online event manager. “The University is hosting various events throughout the weekend for our alumni,” Malissa... 

Incidents in dorms raise safety concerns

Grady Lee Thomas Marilyn Mejia Staff Writers The fall semester has brought several reports of attempted robberies, harassment and unwanted visitors in and around campus dorms. “I was making my rounds with another R.A. about 7:30 last Tuesday when I saw a guy walk towards the Oaks A-Building residence hall,” said Justin Davis-Battle, a junior communications major and resident assistant. “The man... 

Paul Alvarez shares stories from Serbia

Paul Alvarez shares stories from Serbia
Paul Alvarez is the chairman of the Movement and Sports Science Department and has been teaching at La Verne since 1987. He explains that athletic training provides a variety of options for careers and internships. Besides teaching athletic training, Alvarez also enjoys sports and landscape photography, as well as spending time with his wife and two sons. He will be attending his second World University... 

Lab fees cover equipment upkeep

Jason D. Cox Staff Writer Many students today are concerned with how much they are spending on school and how the money is actually used. When classes require lab fees, it is important to know what they will be used for. The communications department has lab fees for journalism, radio, television. The sciences also have lab fees for laboratory classes in both life and physical sciences. These fees... 

Debate focuses on green regulations

Nolasco Pesina Staff Writer Powerful words, knowledge and different points of view filled the President’s Dining Room on Oct. 28 during a debate put on by the University’s debate team for the Hot Spots lecture series. With global warming of great international concern, many counties and states are beginning to enforce green regulations. Along with these green regulations, new jobs will come and... 

Business students are CR-Z finalists

Megan Sebestyen Staff Writer Students in the Business 368 Integrated Marketing Com­munications class are among the 10 final teams in the Honda CR-Z national student competition, a challenge to create a comprehensive, six-week public relations campaign for the new Honda CR-Z Sport. “The first day of class we heard about the challenge and it was very appealing to me,” Stefanie Schmidt, team member,... 

Corrine Hinton brings refreshing changes to Learning Enhancement Center

Corrine Hinton brings refreshing changes to Learning Enhancement Center
Corrine Hinton is the new director of the University of La Verne’s Learning Enhancement Center. The LEC provides tutoring for students in many different subjects and also provides students with academic advising about their education at La Verne. / photo by Jakeh Landrum Christina Collins Burton Staff Writer The new director of the Learning Enhancement Center, Corrine Hinton, has brought her passion... 

Daneshbod demonstrates math principles

Daneshbod demonstrates math principles
Yousef Daneshbod, assistant professor of mathematics, graduated with a master’s degree from Shiraz University in Iran and a doctorate from Claremont Graduate University. On Monday Daneshbod’s lecture, titled “The Geometry of Undamped Harmonic Oscillators,” addressed the mathematics of droplets and their practical uses, one of which is the mobius strip, which when used in machinery wears evenly... 
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