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Coming out builds effective leaders

Coming out builds effective leaders
Guests pack the President’s Dining Room on Monday to listen to Kathy Duncan’s lecture on issues of homosexuality in pastoral leadership. The lecture, “In and Out of the Closet: Gay and Lesbian Pastoral Leadership,” was focused on how homosexual leaders in religious communities cope with discrimination and manage to keep their private lives a secret./ photo by Christopher Guzman Michael... 

Class of ’14 gets taste of La Verne

Class of ’14 gets taste of La Verne
Melissa Molinaro of Wilson High School in Hacienda Heights, with her parents Tom and Theresa, talk with Ian Lising, assistant professor of speech and debate, about La Verne’s debate team at the Spotlight Weekend club fair Saturday in the Quad. Spotlight Weekend is a two-day event for accepted students to gather all the information they need about ULV and have an experience of student life by spending... 

ASULV elected officials want change

Elsie Ramos Staff Writer Students at the University of La Verne voted last week for ASULV officers, in a less conventional way. To simplify the process and eliminate paper waste, the student government organization held is first online elections. “Last year the votes were close and we had to count all the votes by hand,” said Director of Student Life Barbara Mulligan. “It was too time consuming.” This... 
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Janis Dietz calls for student honor code

Janis Dietz calls for student honor code
  Janis Dietz, professor of business administration, began teaching at the University of La Verne 15 years ago. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Rhode Island, master’s of business administration from Cal Poly Pomona and doctorate from Claremont Graduate University. /photo by Stephanie Arellanes   Carly Hill News Editor Janis Dietz is a professor of business administration... 

Sean Dillon explains audience intimacy in 'Ring' lecture

Sean Dillon explains audience intimacy in 'Ring' lecture
The Bayreuth Festival Theater in Germany was a key subject in Sean Dillon’s lecture, “Beyond the Mystic Chasm: Wagner Conjures for the Theater,” on April 8 in the Dailey Theatre. Dillon, assistant professor of theater arts, provided guests with a virtual tour of the specially designed opera house created to host Richard Wagner’s opera series, “The Ring of the Nibelung.” /photo by... 

Technology reforms research methods

Technology reforms research methods
Donna Bentley, reference-access services librarian and professor, delivers the lecture, “Designing Web-Based Tutorials to Enhance Students’ Research Skills” on Monday in the President’s Dining Room. Bentley discussed new ways to assist students in research./photo by Stephanie Arellanes Jose Hernandez Staff Writer Donna Bentley presented the essence of her new research in a lecture for students... 

Creativity easier than ever with new approach

Creativity easier than ever with new approach
Daniel Pink speaks about his book “Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us” at the Master of Science, Leadership & Management lecture series “Coffee, Cake, and Conversation” on Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom. He involved the audience, asking for ideas and having members give examples of situations they had experienced in the workplace. / photo by Nicholas Mitzenmacher Samantha... 

Kahan urges faculty to publish, not perish

Kahan urges faculty to publish, not perish
Jeffrey Kahan, professor of English, spoke to a small group at his lecture in the West Dining Room on April 6 titled “Publish and Perish: The Rise of Publication and the Fall of the Tenure Track System,” Kahan focused on the process of authoring a book, a significant part of the professional criteria for employment as a university faculty member. / photo by Nicholas Mitzenmacher Jose Hernandez Staff... 

Tree falls outside Stu-Han

Tree falls outside Stu-Han
Rachel Gordon, Schelcy Nava and Chantal Croutzel file a police report with La Verne Police Department Officer Marty Weinreb after a large oak branch fell on Croutzel’s Ford Explorer and another car outside the Stu-Han Residence Hall shortly before noon Monday. The owner of the second car, a Ford Mustang, was not present at the scene./photo by Stephanie Arellanes  Read More →

Panel challenges view of single life

Rebecca Bravo Staff Writer A panel of three speakers at Scripps College expressed, using a variety of examples, that people don’t need to be traditionally coupled-up to be happy. The Wednesday event “Being Single, Gay Marriage, and In-Between,” looked at relationships and the pressures society places upon them. “I’m 56, I’ve been single all my life and I love it, except for being singled... 
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