Human rights activist Marina Schuster speaks for Bhutto-Ispahani lecture series.
I am delighted to welcome you to Voice Online, the electronic version of the university magazine. Here, you will find wonderful stories and updates about fellow alumni, plus news about all of the exciting things that are happening at La Verne.
We are proud of the Voice Magazine, and hope you look forward to receiving it in the mail. Voice Online extends the reach of the printed edition in a number of ways.
First, because Voice Online is web-based, we have greater flexibility. We can publish stories and update content every day.
Second, while the printed version of the Voice is great to sit down and thumb through, its space is limited to a finite number of pages. Voice Online gives us the capability to give you more information in the form of extended versions of stories or related stories for which there may not be room in print.
Third, Voice Online helps us to stay environmentally conscious and ecologically responsible — qualities consistent with our Mission Statement — by giving folks the option to receive a link to Voice Online instead of the printed edition. Many of our alumni have chosen to do just that.
Mostly, we want to do whatever we can to keep you informed about the University of La Verne. So please, enjoy the Voice Online!
Devorah A. Lieberman, Ph.D.
President, University of La Verne