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Englander talks issues with sea level rise

Englander talks issues with sea level rise
Don Pollock, professor of communications, introduces speaker John Englander, an oceanographer, on Oct. 3 in the Arts and Communications Building. Englander discussed sea level rise and the impact on coastal areas, which he addresses in his book “High Tide On Main Street” published in 2012. / photo by Nicole Ambrose  Read More →

Kolbert discusses climate

Kolbert discusses climate
Elizabeth Kolbert is the author of the 2013 Freshman La Verne Experience book “Field Notes From A Catastrophe.” After the lecture, Miranda Chavez and Gaby Moura-Hayes, both freshmen, lined up to get their books signed in the Morgan Auditorium. / photo by Uyen Bui Cody Luk Staff Writer Freshman students learned about climate changes first-hand from Elizabeth Kolbert, the author of “Field Notes... 

Hurst shares obstacles for students’ future

Hurst shares obstacles for students' future
Ron Hurst, adjunct professor of business, speaks about some of the obstacles students will face on their career paths after graduation in his speech “Beyond the ULV Walls” Monday in the Campus Center Ballroom. ASULV hosted the event. One of the dangers Hurst warned about are the “ animals” that students will encounter as they set out on their career paths – people who are willing to do anything... 

Professor brings chemistry to lecture

Professor brings chemistry to lecture
Greg Beran, assistant professor of chemistry at UC Riverside, presents his research, "Molecular Crystal Polymorphism: Can We Predict How Molecules Pack Together in Solids?" in the Science Seminar class May 1. One example Beran used was chocolate bars. Cocoa butter has six polymorphs, the most desirable being Metastable Form V, which has a glossy appearance, is crisp and melts at 34 degrees... 

Schuster brings focus on international justice

Schuster brings focus on international justice
Marina Schuster, a member of the German Parliament, spoke on “Human Rights and International Justice: A Common U.S.-European Agenda?” Wednesday in the Campus Center. Schuster is a leader in foreign policy and human rights. Her lecture was presented by the Benazir Bhutto and Ahmed Ispahani International Lectureship, and the International Studies Institute. / photo by Kelley Maggiulli Clo Hidalgo Staff... 

Patel delivers Fasnacht Lecture

Patel delivers Fasnacht Lecture
Eboo Patel encouraged students of all religious backgrounds to stand up for their beliefs at La Verne’s annual Fasnacht Lecture, titled “Standing Your Sacred Ground.” He explains how his upbringing led him to establish the Interfaith Youth Core, a Chicago-based organization striving for interfaith cooperation. / photo by Mitchell Aleman  Read More →

Dolores Huerta inspires crowd to ‘¡Vive!’

Dolores Huerta inspires crowd to ‘¡Vive!’
Dolores Huerta, co-founder of United Farm Workers union, speaks in Morgan Auditorium Friday. Diversity Week’s community presentation on International Women’s Day showed that it was over 50 years ago that she co-founded the union with Cesar Chavez. / photo by Zachary Horton Candice Nuñez Staff Writer In a campus-wide presentation ending diversity week, the multicultural council and student services... 

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... 

Chief justice touts law degree’s value

Chief justice touts law degree's value
California Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye speaks at the University of La Verne College of Law in a conversation hosted by Adjunct Professor of Law Douglas Miller. /photo by Christopher Mora. Christian Orozco Editor in Chief Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye, chief justice of the California Supreme Court, answered questions – ranging from state budget cuts to what the chief justice does in her free time... 

Composer changes film meaning with music

Ingrid Rodriguez Staff Writer Ivan Capillas, composer of music for films and visual media, traveled from Spain to Hollywood and finally to the University of La Verne to talk about his work on Nov. 19 in the Campus Center. Capillas composed feature films, documentaries, animation short films, commercials, short films and a Spanish video game called “The Abbey.” He has been nominated for his original... 
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