The Magazine of the University of La Verne

Online Edition

Winter/Spring 2009

Victims of 1960 Racism Reunited

After a prior issue of the Voice recounted the story of La Verne students’ encounter with racism, five members of the group held a touching reunion.

Paving The Way For Excellence

The five-year, $42 million, Building on Excellence Campaign gave the university the resources to meet the needs of its faculty, students and facilities.

The Sky’s The Limit

The Muriel Pollia Sculpture Garden, soon to be installed near the Campus Center, will take art to a higher level at University of La Verne.

The Shape of Things to Come

Geometric sculptures of Indio-based artist Phillip K. Smith will set the tone for a new art consciousness at University of La Verne.

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  4. Winter/Spring 2011
  5. Winter/Spring 2005


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