Bathed in the dusky haze of the afternoon sun, the smell of freshly mowed grass hovering as an undeniable harbinger of spring, the University of La Verne baseball and softball teams on April 8 don...
Posts from May 2013
The Virtue of Grace Pianist Grace Zhao, Artist In Residence at the University of La Verne, teaches students about the passion and dedication to be the best. The La Verne Experience The program is off to a promising start, and the college deans are building on that. Pushing Through Physical challenges of Ironman events help […]
Human rights activist Marina Schuster speaks for Bhutto-Ispahani lecture series.
Al Clark began a lifelong study of water as a college student and now prepares to publish a book that covers 500 years of water in the San Gabriel Valley and its watershed.
Educator and La Verne alumna Dianne Van Hook adds another honor to her long list of accomplishments.
For 55 years, Dr. Robert Neher has educated La Verne biology students and will retire with the respect and admiration of those he has touched — except one nasty python.
Serving Those Who Serve With active duty and veteran enrollment nearly doubling in the past four years, the University of La Verne steps up its efforts to meet its students’ needs. A Legacy of Life For 55 years, Dr. Robert Neher has educated La Verne biology students, and will retire with the admiration of all […]