Phonathon takes place each semester and provides an opportunity for La Verne students to speak with alumni about the latest highlights around campus.
With plenty of pomp and circumstance, Devorah Lieberman is sworn in as La Verne’s 18th president, galvanizing the Campus Community and launching a festive Homecoming Weekend.
A veritable Who’s Who of national scholars, possibly the most accomplished ever to visit La Verne, lead academic panels focused on university Mission Statement tenets.
In conjunction with the historic event, artist Seth Kaufman makes a third contribution to the Muriel Pollia Sculpture Garden on campus, the city’s only public art display.
The energy created by the Friday inauguration carries over into a most festive Homecoming Weekend, which included food, fun and a football victory.
New track, football grid will serve more of the student body, and heighten the athletic recruiting allure.
Alumni Arturo Delgado and Gary Thomas set school policy as superintendents of schools in two of the largest counties in the nation.
Marlin Heckman has four degrees and a 42-year career as librarian behind him, but he’s most excited about what’s yet to come.
In 24 years, Eric Bishop made his mark on the University of La Verne as a student, teacher and mentor.