The Magazine of the University of La Verne

Online Edition

Winter/Spring 2006

Law In Order

Under the leadership of Dean Donald Dunn, left, the University of La Verne’s College of Law takes a major step, receiving accreditation by the American Bar Association.

Building on Excellence

La Verne president Steve Morgan announces the $42 million campaign that will transform the university like no project before it.

Seat of Learning

Peggy Redman has had such an impact on La Verne’s teacher education program she has been honored with a department chair.

Helping Hands

A party of 10 from La Verne spend their Thanksgiving weekend in Louisiana, to help in the recovery efforts after Hurricane Katrina and Hurricane Rita.

Still The 1

After a mid-season slump, the members of the ULV women’s volleyball team prove to everybody that they’re still the ones to beat.

Lively Debate

You can talk politics with ULV junior Rida Fatima. But you’d better know your stuff.

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Related posts:

  1. Summer/Fall 2006
  2. Winter/Spring 2011
  3. Winter/Spring 2009
  4. Winter/Spring 2008
  5. Winter/Spring 2005

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