Mike Brown and his wife, Nancy, have literally helped build a new university with their generosity.
As the embodiment of the University of La Verne for the past 26 years, Steve Morgan ’68 has demonstrated that the best way to provide stability and security is to keep moving — forward.
Steve Morgan is a tough act to follow, but Devorah Lieberman, the university’s next president, is just the person to do it.
As the university’s most prolific president approached retirement, the gloriously renovated theater in Founders Hall reopened with a new name in tribute: The Ann & Steve Morgan Auditorium.
The university’s new residence hall will be the largest structure ever built on the property, accommodate 387 students, and is intended to completely change the feel of life on campus.
Local junior high school students and their parents spend a day at La Verne and discover that a college education is well within their reach.