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Renovations complete on Morgan Auditorium

Jennahway Huerta Staff Writer After years of planning, months of construction, and roughly $4.2 million, the newly renovated Ann and Steve Morgan Auditorium, formerly Founders Auditorium, is complete. The University of La Verne community had been anticipating this renovation for years. “I’m so excited, the students are going to love it,” said Carol Stephenson, adjunct professor of music. The... 

Founders Auditorium gets revamped

Founders Auditorium gets revamped
Founders Hall Auditorium will be renamed the Ann and Steve Morgan Auditorium after its renovation is complete in the spring. The majority of those who donated money for the renovation required that it be renamed as a condition of their donation. / photo by Warren Bessant Michael Phillips LV Life Editor This January the University of La Verne will unveil the renovated Founders Auditorium. Completion... 

Founders Auditorium to be renamed for Morgans

Founders Auditorium to be renamed for Morgans
Founders Hall, the third oldest building on the La Verne campus, was completed in fall 1926. The first student body assembly took place in Founders Auditorium on November 1, 1926. Fund raising has begun to renovate the aged auditorium, which has long been home to musical performances and theatrical events. Once the building is finished, the auditorium will be renamed Ann and Steve Morgan Auditorium... 

Founders Auditorium upgrades get green light

Renovations are set to begin in spring 2010. Xenia Martinez Staff Writer Founders Auditorium, the largest place for convocations and concerts on campus and also perhaps the most in need of architectural upgrades will finally get a facelift beginning this spring. The University has committed $2.5 million to the renovation and another $1.75 million is expected through donations. The auditorium opened... 
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