Human rights activist Marina Schuster speaks for Bhutto-Ispahani lecture series.
June Pulcini and Peggy Redman travel to Southeast Asia to finalize an agreement between La Verne and Cambodia’s Pannasastra University.
La Verne students have the opportunity to study abroad in foreign countries from Japan to Italy to Spain to Ireland.
Thirty-five years ago, a young, hard-hitting baseball team put La Verne on the map with the school’s first national championship.
Donna Nasmyth, an academic advisor at La Verne who holds three degrees, is sworn in as the first female city council member in the history of La Verne.
In his native Croatia, theater director Georgij Paro is more recognized and revered than Steven Spielberg or George Lucas in the United States. Every spring, ULV has the good fortune to have him as guest director.
La Verne alumna Marissa DeRosa Buckisch applied modern marketing methods to her family’s Old World-style of business to produce award-winning results.
In a special celebration, the University of La Verne Community paid tribute to two inseparable icons: Dwight Hanawalt and the Old Gym.