Human rights activist Marina Schuster speaks for Bhutto-Ispahani lecture series.
About Voice Online
VOICE magazine is a University of La Verne publication produced by the university’s Public Relations Office. It is intended to serve a readership that includes alumni, donors, faculty, staff, current and prospective students and their parents, business and legislative leaders, friends of the university and members of the local community. The articles, images and information contained in both the printed and online editions of VOICE are published with the object of enlightening, engaging and inspiring the readers. The content is meant to report on university history, events and activities, campus community developments and trends in higher education, specifically highlighting La Verne’s achievements and recognizing its excellence. In so doing, VOICE is a reflection of the institution, its educational mission and values.
Special to VOICE online
The online version of VOICE is designed to provide the same editorial philosophy as the printed magazine, but with the ability to reach a broader audience through the Internet. Its format allows for expanded content – including interactive comments from readers – and posting new and expanded information with greater frequency. It will use a variety of media to engage its audience with the aim of establishing VOICE online as a popular source for the latest La Verne news.