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Harlem Shake makes for cheesy ad

Harlem Shake makes for cheesy ad
Editorial Cartoon by Jacob Bogdanoff Only one month since its release and the Harlem Shake meme has gone viral; it wasn’t long before the University of La Verne joined the craze with producing its own version. The Harlem Shake was originally a dance that started in Harlem in 1981 and has evolved into a meme of random flailing confused for dancing. The Campus Activities Board promoted its La Verne... 

New dean chosen for College of Law

After more than a year without a permanent dean, President Devorah Lieberman this week announced the hiring of Gilbert Holmes as the new dean of the University of La Verne College of Law. “It is a pleasure to welcome Gilbert Holmes to the University of La Verne community,” President Lieberman said in a press release. “His values mirror those of the University’s mission, and his professional... 

State of the University address

State of the University address
Entering her fourth semester as president of the University of La Verne, Devorah Lieberman speaks to the faculty and students at the second State of the University address. The presentation focused on the growth of the University’s online education. / photo by Hunter Cole  Read More →

Bon Appétit food workers look to unionize

Bon Appétit food workers look to unionize
Bon Appétit food workers Eddie Briones and Prince Jones share their stories about being overworked at a rally Thursday in Sneaky Park. Among the problems they discussed were being required to work 10-hour shifts without breaks. The employees originally approached management on Tuesday, requesting the right to organize. Their second appeal to management was Thursday with no response. Currently, supporters... 

Class prepares students for a changing world

Class prepares students for a changing world
President Devorah Lieberman assists Professors Terrence Deal and Jack Meek teach the honors interdisciplinary seminar. The course engages students in discussion rather than the traditional lecture based course. On Sept. 10 the students steered away from the usual tables and chairs setup to form a circle to share their daydreams and their La Verne stories. / photo by Kelley Magguilli Danielle Hunt Staff... 

New year opens with optimism

New year opens with optimism
University of La Verne Dean of Admissions Chris Krzak enters the packed Sports Science and Athletics Pavilion with Pamela Maunakea and Carrie Lewis Hasse on Aug. 30 for the 2012 Convocation ceremony, kicking off the University of La Verne’s 121st academic year. The University this fall has record enrollment of roughly 2,500 traditional undergraduates. / photo by Mitchell Aleman Robert Penalber News... 

Defining what La Verne has always done

Jason D. Cox Senior Editor For more than 120 years, University of La Verne students have taken part in an inexplicable shared culture. It has always been here. It has evolved just as the people involved in it have, but until now, it had not been named. The “La Verne Experience,” such as it is now, is an initiative to define the experience common to all who have studied at any of the University’s... 

Joy Lei named to diversity position

Annunciata Williams Staff Writer Joy Lei has been named to the new position of chief diversity and inclusivity officer for the University of La Verne, President Devorah Lieberman announced on May 11. Lei, who begins in July, comes from UC Santa Cruz, where she is currently assistant campus diversity officer. She previously taught courses in American culture and women’s studies. Prior to UC Santa... 

PRIDE Conference focuses on LGBT issues

PRIDE Conference focuses on LGBT issues
Arlene Noriega, American Psychological Association Division 44 president elect, delivers the morning keynote address at the Culture and Social Justice Within the Rainbow inaugural conference in the Campus Center Ballroom on Saturday. The event, coordinated by Students of PRIDE, was hosted by the University of La Verne department of psychology. The conference focused on the treatment of clients that... 

ABA accreditation in sight

Christina Collins Burton Editor-in-Chief  The University of La Verne College of Law this week won back its provisional accreditation from the American Bar Association’s Council of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar. On March 16 the accreditation council met with College of Law representatives in Florida. The La Verne Team argued successfully that accreditation deserved to be reinstated... 
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