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Campus and community news for Feb. 26, 2010.
University of La Verne President Stephen Morgan announced Thursday his plans to retire after 25 years of service.
Associated Students of the University La Verne Vice President Noor Wahba became president this semester after Chris Kaelberer resigned for “academic and personal reasons,” he said.
Ranking 19th among more than 300 schools at the World Universities Debate Championship in Turkey last month, the University of La Verne debate team has proved to itself and to the University that hard work and dedication pays off.
The Office of Multicultural Services at the University of La Verne offers the First Generation Student Success Program to ease the load of starting in uncharted territories.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich spoke about leadership during a time of change last week before a crowd of about 600 students and community members at Scripps College’s Garrison Theater in Claremont.
University officials have reported a theft of roughly $1,000 worth of technology from a first floor classroom in the Landis Academic Center.
The University of La Verne faculty lecture series continued Monday with Jack Meek’s presentation “Citizen-Centered Sustainability.”
The devastating earthquake in Haiti has led the La Verne community – including the University of La Verne, city of La Verne and Church of the Brethren – to join hands and provide relief for the victims of this devastating natural disaster.