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Campus Compact Impact

Campus Compact is a Boston-based national coalition of college and university presidents and state coordinators, dedicated to public and community service. University of La Verne hosted its national meeting on the main campus July 13 -15.

Jose Calderon recalled hearing poignant words from civil rights activist Cesar Chavez in the 1970s about the importance of helping and empowering others.

For Calderon, an activist himself and a professor at Pitzer College in Claremont, it was a message that has guided his life.

“The only thing for sure in life is death. The only question is how you’re going to spend your time,” Calderon said.

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Dr. Terrell E. Ford, left, is presented the 2013 Earl Warren Outstanding Public Service Award by University of La Verne professor Kent Badger. The award is given by the Southern California Chapter of the American Society for Public Administration.



Professor Deborah Olson's new book about mid and late career issues may change the way many think about the older segment of the workforce in America.


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Astronaut Jose M. Hernandez delivers his opening keynote speech to the audience of the second annual Latino Educational Access & Development (LEAD) Conference at La Verne on Sept. 21.



Under the leadership of Director of Campus Safety and Transportation Stan Skipworth, the University of La Verne has recently been recognized as a bicycle-friendly campus and one of the safest in the country.



The “Young Adults” crew from La Verne, which took first place in the Entertainment category at the Alliance for Community Media WAVE awards, are, from left, Kyle Deeley, Kailtin Hollingsworth, Jessica Gerhart, Anthony Troli, Kai Groschupf, McKinley Pollock and Jeff Clark.



Bobby Ruiz '08, right, and his wife, Alex '08, '10 paid a visit to their alma mater last week, when Bobby talked about his career as a trainer with the Cleveland Indians organization and treatment of sports injuries.



The University of La Verne has become the second seat of higher education in California to join the Billion Dollar Green Challenge — for no other reason than it’s the right thing to do.


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Brent Baier, recruiting coordinator and quarterbacks coach of the University of La Verne football team, got his lengthly locks buzzed at Roots Salon by Amanda Clarke (owner), Heather Repp and Aggie Paronelli, as part of a charity event to donate hair to an organization that makes hair prostheses for children.

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