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University mourns the loss of Judith Stillwell

The University remembered Judith Stillwell, former director of special projects, in a memorial service held in Morgan Auditorium on Monday.

Faculty share their teaching savvy

Faculty share their teaching savvy

Twelve University of La Verne faculty from a variety of disciplines gathered at the Campus Center Ballroom to present their approaches to teaching excellence before students and colleagues for the Celebration of Teaching event on Nov. 15.

Zhao explains Jewish influence on Chinese music

Zhao explains Jewish influence on Chinese music

Simple piano lessons from Jewish composers Wolfgang Fraenkel and Julius Schloss, turned China’s classic folk musician, Sang Tong, into one of China’s pioneer composers who was remembered for fusing Chinese musical idioms with Western composition techniques.

Video game displays social issues

Video game displays social issues

Most video games do not inspire players to contemplate social issues. But in the latest faculty lecture, Jolivette Mecenas, associate professor of writing, discussed the expansion of social protest to more unconventional media

Beauty found beneath ‘Rubble’ of war

Beauty found beneath ‘Rubble’ of war

Students and faculty members studied and discussed post-war artworks at the “Out of Rubble” exhibition reception Tuesday in the Harris Gallery.

La Verne could get bike-friendly moniker

The League of American Bicyclists is considering the University of La Verne for recognition as a “Bicycle Friendly University” for 2014.

Kolbert discusses climate

Kolbert discusses climate

Freshman students learned about climate changes first-hand from Elizabeth Kolbert, the author of “Field Notes from a Catastrophe: Man, Nature, and Climate Change,” during two lectures Wednesday at the Morgan Auditorium.

Global warming debated

The debate team celebrated the University’s “One Book, One University” program in the ACB Sept. 12, showcasing an open debate regarding the idea that humans are not responsible for global warming.

Clark discusses local water issues

Clark discusses local water issues

Al Clark, wearing a watering can with flowers neck tie, gave students and faculty a quick glimpse into his upcoming book about water, watershed and warming in the President’s Dining Room Monday.

Amini leads international studies

Gitty Amini, assistant professor of political science, will replace Kenneth Marcus, professor of history, as director of the International Studies Institute starting in September.

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