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Posts from November 2012

Teaching, Sharing and Appreciating

In a salute to professors and their accomplishments in education, University of La Verne hosted “Celebration of Teaching” on Thursday, November 29, an event that shared and showcased the unique talents and successes coming out of classrooms throughout campus.

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Building A Bridge

Since the Vietnam War, La Verne professor Lawrence Machi has spent 45 years reversing the negative effects of war through education. Now, his Fulbright appointment will help him take another step forward.

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Giving Back

Wendy Lau ’98 says giving to the University of La Verne is a form of thanksgiving, a way to help those in school today, just as she was helped by donors as a student.

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Magugu’s Death Stirs Fond Memories

The man from Kenya made a positive impression on La Verne College long before he rose to the post of Minister of Finance in his home country.

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Vive La Difference!

Annual International Festival in Sneaky Park fosters a better understanding of and a greater appreciation for diverse cultures and customs in a fun atmosphere.

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Worth The Wait

Author Kevin Cashman teaches La Verne doctoral students that, ironically, effective leadership is not always a full-speed-ahead proposition.

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Honoring our Heroes

The campus community saluted men and women who have been in the service on Friday, November 9, with a special Veterans Day Celebration. Sponsored by ASULV, Campus Activities Board and the Office of Student Life, the celebration honored veterans, many who are part of La Verne’s faculty and staff, with a patriotic luncheon that featured […]

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Tops In Hops

La Verne senior research associate James Schirmer’s homebrew is judged to be the best among nearly 1,000 entries in a national competition.

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SUSTAINABILITY

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The University of La Verne has become the second seat of higher education in California to join the Billion Dollar Green Challenge — for no other reason than it’s the right thing to do.

COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

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Brent Baier, recruiting coordinator and quarterbacks coach of the University of La Verne football team, got his lengthly locks buzzed at Roots Salon by Amanda Clarke (owner), Heather Repp and Aggie Paronelli, as part of a charity event to donate hair to an organization that makes hair prostheses for children.

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Campus Compact Impact

College and university presidents and Campus Compact state coordinators from around the country unite to discuss community partnerships as well as college access and readiness.

Game to Learn

Visitors Gain Knowledge, Experience in Executive Management Certificate Program

Constructive First Year for La Verne Law Dean Gilbert Holmes

When making a point, Gilbert Holmes always leads with his strong suit. Few spend any real time with Holmes, dean of the University of La Verne College of Law, without hearing one of his stories. Wh...

Visiting international business students gather for World Cup party

More than 150 of 300 cultural exchange students from South America, participating in the University of La Verne's Executive Management Certificate Program, attended a World Cup Party hosted by the uni...

Summer 2014 VOICE

Success Oriented La Verne athletes balance their studies, practice, competition and personal lives with impressive results. The Secret to Her Success After receiving a chilling career ultimatum, Zo...

REACHing Their Full Potential

Three-week summer business camp provides underserved high school students with the college experience and exposure to entrepreneurship.

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