University of La Verne alumnus Joseph Orozco ’17 added a significant milestone in his broadcasting career – winning an Emmy Award with his team during the 75th LA Area Emmy’s for Outstanding Sports Series/Programming.
On a bright fall morning on Thursday, November 9, community members gathered in front of Founders Hall for an honorary Veterans Day celebration to pay tribute to students, faculty, staff and other who have served in the military or are military connected.
On National First-Generation Day, held Nov. 8, the University of La Verne campus community came together to recognize and support the unique experiences of people who are the first generation in their family to attend college.
Fall into these five wonderful community opportunities that celebrate and honor Día de los Muertos at the University of La Verne.
More than 600 celebrated President Pardis Mahdavi and the next chapter in University of La Verne’s history under her leadership during inauguration Friday, Oct. 13.
Amidst the hum of guests that filled the Sacred Space in the Ludwick Center, University of La Verne President Pardis Mahdavi stepped up to the podium. She was ready to unveil the details of her personal and professional journey during the inaugural session of the “What Matters to Me and Why?” community discussion series.
One Book, One University Initiative Showcases Identity, Race, Wealth, and Power with Powerful Novel “The Address Book”
The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of La Verne has selected author Dierdre Mask’s book The Address Book: What Street Addresses Reveal About Identity, Race, Wealth, and Power as the One Book, One University novel for the 2023-24 academic year.