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Celebrating Class of 2014

Candidates for bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees reached for the stars at the University of La Verne’s 2014 Spring Commencement Saturday, May 30, 2014. With a keynote address by NASA Astronaut Jose Hernandez, students and their families were inspired by the former migrant farm worker – who charged everyone to dream big and work hard […]

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Spring 2014 VOICE

Positively Peggy With retirement on the horizon, Peggy Redman’s legacy of caring and inspiring greatness is secure. Remarkable Feet Carrie Swidecki ’05, who danced her way to five Guinness World Records, now teaches her students the value of exercise. Helping To Build Bridges Former U.N. ambassador Juli Minoves-Triquell trains La Verne students in the art […]

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Winter 2014 VOICE

2020 Strategic Vision The University of La Verne’s plan for the future not only sets lofty goals, but clearly defines what will be implemented to achieve more than we can imagine. Achieving Educational Excellence Whether in the corner of a lab on campus or in some far corner of the world, La Verne students and […]

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Fall 2013 VOICE

A Step at a Time With his Be Perfect Foundation, Hal Hargrave is focused on helping others recover from serious injuries. Signing On As University President Devorah Lieberman reaches out to alumni in Asia, La Verne enters into co-operative educational agreements with some of the best universities in China and Taiwan. Digging For Home La […]

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Summer 2013 Voice

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 […]

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Spring 2013 Voice

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 […]

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Winter 2013 Voice

Building The La Verne Experience A big idea, exclusive to University of La Verne, may serve as a new model for higher education. A Brother, For Life The death of Arthur Magugu stirred the emotions of his La Verne College brethren, upon whom he left an indelible impression long before he became Minister of Finance […]

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Fall 2012 VOICE

The Smart Money Why University of La Verne donors still feel that students are the best investment for the future. Honor Roll of Donors A listing of all who have donated to the university during the past year. Download this issue (PDF, 1.6MB)

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Summer/Fall 2011

The Ceremony 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. The Symposia 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. […]

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Summer/Fall 2010

Victory Lap Steve Morgan enters his final year as the University of La Verne’s longest-serving president after leading his alma mater to unprecedented fiscal security and academic excellence for 25 years. The Power of Sheer Will Paralyzed at birth, recent La Verne graduate Ashley Hughes amazes and inspires others with an indomitable spirit, a drive […]

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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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Summer 2014 VOICE

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