The Magazine of the University of La Verne

Online Edition

Winter/Spring 2007

Setting a Course for Excellence

With a strong background as a scholar, teacher and administrator Dr. Alden Reimonenq assumes the position of Provost with an open mind and open ears as he sets a new academic agenda for La Verne.

Class Act

La Verne professor Kirsten Ogden teaches her class about English and how to effect social change.

Tops In Their Field

La Verne alumni Anthony Rice and Eric Martinez  have teamed up once again, to reach the highest plateau of high school coaching.

Up To The Challenge

Two new challenges have the potential to bring in an extra $3.1 million to the university’s Building On Excellence Campaign.

A Night to Celebrate

Sara & Michael Abraham, who spurred a new level of giving to the university, are honored, then raise an additional $108,000 for faculty research before leaving the building.

Morel Steps Down

Don Morel, only the third head football coach the university has had in the past 59 years, steps down after 12 years on the job.

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Related posts:

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

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