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College of Law could get full ABA accreditation by March

The University of La Verne College of Law was officially recommended for full accreditation by the American Bar Association, University officials announced Monday. The recommendation, which comes from the ABA Accreditation Committee, follows an 18-year struggle by the College of Law for full accreditation. The University Board of Trustees first decided to pursue ABA accreditation in 1988. “One of... 

Housing hosts Thanksgiving dinner

Brooke Grasso Metro Editor During Thanksgiving many students go home to be with their families and take a break from school. Unfortunately some live too far away or do not have the means to get there. For those students who were unable to travel home for the holiday this year, the office of housing and residential life held a Thanksgiving dinner in the Vista La Verne main lounge. “It is hard to... 

Prospective students visit La Verne for Preview Day

Prospective students visit La Verne for Preview Day
Prospective student Alyssa Perez visits the Japanese club booth and learns how to make an origami crane at the Preview Day club fair Nov. 21 at the Quad. The University hosts Preview Day each year in order for prospective students to familiarize themselves with the University and to know about the different clubs and departments on campus. / photo by Sarah Vander Zon Emily Lau Editorial Director Green... 

White House honors ULV for research immersion

Karla Rendon News Editor The University of La Verne was recognized by the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics for its commitment to educate Latino students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, programs through research immersion. “I do believe that the University of La Verne is doing this for all students but in this particular case, the White House... 

Students address tuition, parking at ASULV town hall meeting

Students address tuition, parking at ASULV town hall meeting
Students got the chance to air grievances and ask questions of University of La Verne administrators Oct. 16 in Morgan Auditorium. The panel included Chief Human Resources Officer Jody Bomba, Vice President of Strategic Enrollment Management and Communications Homa Shabahang, Vice President of University Advancement Myra Garcia, Director of Financial Aid Diane Anchundia, Provost Jonathan Reed, President... 

ULV breaks ground for parking structure

ULV breaks ground for parking structure
The rubble of Lot D will continue to grow as construction begins for a five story parking structure. President Lieberman led the groundbreaking ceremony Oct. 8 at the construction site. Among the attendees were several donors and Mayor Don Kendrick, who also gave a short speech regarding the negotiations that were required to make this project a reality. / photo by Ben Camacho Cody Luk Online Editor Approximately... 

Homecoming bewitches La Verne

Senior psychology and pre-med major and vice president of Helping Hands Ashley Larae uses a handmade broomstick as a fishing pole with a powdered donut for bait, as Vikki Calderon attempts to catch the donut using her mouth in less than 30 seconds. Helping Hands had a booth at the Harry Potter-themed Homecoming street fair in the Ravenclaw house section. This is a new club on campus and open to any... 

Student ambassadors engage in new program

Des Delgadillo News Editor Ten students were announced as the University’s first set of presidential ambassadors Sun­day at a ceremony held at the University House in Claremont. Mirrella Bautista, Nicole Cuadras, Melissa Diaz, Nabel Haro, Bradlee Johnson, Oscar Mauricio, Tamar Miot, Reginald Mitchell, Vidya Narayanas­wamy, Victoria Perez, Adam Plax and Kevin Santos became the first group of students... 

Gonzalez appointed interim diversity officer

Karla Rendon News Editor Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs Beatriz Gonzalez has been named the University’s new interim chief diversity and inclusivity officer, succeeding Joy Lei. Gonzalez was appointed as CDIO in August and her new role includes being responsible for upholding the University’s core values and mission statement and creating a diverse climate for students. “I think primarily... 

LEAD conference motivates students

LEAD conference motivates students
Keynote speaker Juan Gonzalez welcomes Latino Education Access Conference attendees Saturday in the Sports Science and Athletics Pavilion. Gonzalez, who was born in Puerto Rico and raised in Harlem, is the author of the best-selling book “Harvest of Empire: A History of Latinos in America,” about the sacrifices and triumphs of the growing Latino community. / photo by Chelsey Morrison Chris McMahan... 
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