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University administrators will launch phase two of the La Verne Experience – the sophomore experience – in the fall of 2014. The Sophomore La Verne Experience, or SOLVE, will essentially be a two-unit course centered around student involvement.
I read your Op-Ed piece “Student voices are not being heard” and if it’s any consolation, the faculty often finds itself in the same position.
Students and faculty attended a discussion panel, which focused on Los Angeles Times photographer Michael Robinson-Chavez’s photographs of the poverty-stricken gold mining community in La Rinconada, Peru, March 8 in Morgan Auditorium.
Rocio Rosales, assistant professor of psychology, spoke on Monday in the President’s Dining Room about Mexican American college students and integrating culture for equal education opportunities.
President Steve Morgan sent out an e-mail to faculty announcing that, with the endorsement of the Board of Trustees, he had decided to removed the word “interim” from Provost Greg Dewey’s title on Nov. 23.
In the Nov. 5 issue of the Campus Times, the editors recommended a minimum SAT score higher than the 850 combined score apparently proposed by the College of Arts and Sciences (“SAT minimum should be raised”). If the proposal is to not accept applications from students with a score below 850, we think such a policy would be ill-advised.
Hector Delgado presented his research on the relationship between immigrants and unions in the first lecture of this year’s Faculty Lecture Series.
Hector Delgado, professor of sociology and a leading voice on sociological and political issues at ULV for the better part of the decade, discusses a few pressing questions about race relations, immigration and what movies meet his standards.