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Rebecca Bravo Staff Writer “Geisha” means artist in Japanese, but throughout the history its meaning has also been tied to prostitution. The lecture, “Geisha: Artists or Prostitutes,” was given by Gloria Montebruno-Saller at 10:20 a.m. March 31 in the University of La Verne Campus Center Ballroom. Through much research Montebruno-Saller was able to answer the […]
On Monday night about 25 La Verne students, faculty and staff filled the Campus Center Ballroom to see David Werner’s presentation, “My Precious Illusion: Power in Wagner and Tolkien.”
Gabriela Capraroiu, assistant professor of modern languages, addressed the linguistic boundaries present in the translation of Romanian literature written by exiled authors scattered throughout other countries.
In an effort to showcase all that the University of La Verne has to offer, the Faculty Lecture Series in now available in iTunes.
Cleveland Hayes, assistant professor of education, spoke from the heart Monday focusing on the experience of his grandmother, an African American school teacher working in the heart of the Jim Crow South.
John Bartelt, associate professor of education and technology, gave a lecture for the Colloquium Series on Diversity entitled “Gender, Identity, & Sexual Roles” on March 11.
The faculty lecture series on Monday featured Thierry Kolpin’s lecture, “Alcohol, Tobacco, and other Drug Prevention in the Third Grade.”
Elizabeth Zwerling, associate professor of journalism and faculty adviser of the Campus Times, presented her research titled “Rural News Network” Monday as part of the faculty lecture series.
Al Clark, associate vice president of Academic Affairs, handled a string of technical difficulties to successfully deliver his lecture, “German Nationalism and the Rise of ‘The Ring’,” on Feb. 18.
The University of La Verne faculty lecture series continued Monday with Jack Meek’s presentation “Citizen-Centered Sustainability.”