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Registration equality for all

The semester is coming to an end and along with it comes the beginning of the chaotic class registration process. This semester upper classmen and lower classmen alike are feeling the pains of the overcrowded, over populated, small-classroom-space campus. But not everyone is feeling the pain. Honors students, Associated Students of University of La Verne and Campus Activities Board all got to wake... 

Honors program names new director for fall

Alison Rodriguez Staff Writer The Honors program is in for change as associate professor of writing Sean Bernard will take the reigns as director next semester. Bernard, 36, has taught at ULV for eight years. He started teaching a language of art class with current director Jon Leaver his second year, and has been involved with the program ever since. He is now stepping up to the plate as director... 

Laureate speaks out for poetic truth

Laureate speaks out for poetic truth
Al Young presented the honors lecture, “Can Poetry Save the World?” on Tuesday. He read from his book, “Something About the Blues,” about politics and other topics. / photo by Hunter Cole Clo Hidalgo Staff Writer California Poet Laureate Al Young gave a lecture titled “Can Poetry Save our Planet?” in the Campus Center Ballroom Tuesday. Noelle Cozbar, president of the Honor’s Club, introduced... 

Happenings

‘Mirandolina’ The theater department will present “Mirandolina: Mistress of the Inn” at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday in Dailey Theatre. General admission is $5 and student admission is $3. ‘Spirit of Ireland’ Michael Ryan and Friends will present “Spirit Of Ireland: An Evening of Music, Song and Dance” at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in Morgan Auditorium. General admission is $15 and student... 

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... 

Coles promotes studying abroad

Coles promotes studying abroad
Julius E. Coles, the former president of Africare, speaks to the University of La Verne honors students in the Campus Center Ballroom on Tuesday about the trials and efforts of his youth as an international traveler. Coles, a Woodrow Wilson Fellow, was given the Princeton-in-Africa Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009, and has spent more than 28 years in United States Foreign Service. / photo by Mitchell... 

Rethinking priority registration

With registration for the next academic semester coming to a close, students have worked on organizing their necessary courses into a tight time schedule. Seniors have the first day to register and the other classes follow; however, ASULV and CAB students have the luxury of priority registration where they can sign up for classes on the first day. ASULV and CAB students are not the only ones to receive... 

Class finds a voice in revolution

Sarah Sleeger Staff Writer Students at the University of La Verne are being conditioned to lead their generation with revolutionary speeches in the style of those given by Winston Churchill, Nelson Mandela and John F. Kennedy. The honors program has recently added Voices of Revolution, a seminar centered around those who used their voices to lead revolutions and change society. The class is taught... 

Honor students explore Galapagos

Erica Lynn Lares Staff Writer While most University of La Verne students were dealing with the cold weather of January during winter break, biology professors Jeff Burkhart and Jay Jones, along with 15 students enjoyed the hot sun and adventured for two weeks to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands to see the nature of life firsthand. The Global Ideas II: Darwin in Context class consisted of two weeks... 
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