Human rights activist Marina Schuster speaks for Bhutto-Ispahani lecture series.
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Tahil Sharma is one of nine California students to be named a 2013 Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact, a national coalition of nearly 1,200 college and university presidents dedicated to promoting community service.
University of La Verne chemistry students Rasha Dubuni and Sara Strobel perform ground-breaking work that can improve everyone’s life.
In one very different Honors class at the University of La Verne, the pursuit of becoming a great leader begins with a search for the self.
Better Together, an interfaith nationwide college movement that promotes interfaith collaborative community service, inspired the University of La Verne’s Grow Better Together community engagement event.
Lenore Moreno, the first runner in school history to earn All-America honors, starred on the national stage and leads La Verne to new heights in cross country and track.
Annual International Festival in Sneaky Park fosters a better understanding of and a greater appreciation for diverse cultures and customs in a fun atmosphere.
Author Kevin Cashman teaches La Verne doctoral students that, ironically, effective leadership is not always a full-speed-ahead proposition.
The University of La Verne’s Phi Delta Theta Chapter, in partnership with the ALS Association Golden Chapter, helped set a new precedent for the annual Inland Empire Walk after raising more than $87,400 to help defeat ALS.
One of the school’s most famous alumni, Ross Mathews, stages a Homecoming event of his own, a televised presidential debate party with a roomful of La Verne students.
On August 25 more than 600 newly admitted freshman learned first-hand what their university is all about when they took part in the University of La Verne’s first FLEX (Freshman Learning Experience) Community Engagement Day. With the help of 25 faculty and administrators, 28 OWLS (Orientation Week Leaders), and 26 buses and vans, students spent [...]