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Miguel Martinez, a long jumper on the track team, works on digging hole for the greenhouse's fish tank as other ULV students look on.
For some 200 University of La Verne students, including members of the football and track and field teams, Martin Luther King Day wasn’t a holiday for sleeping in and hanging out. It was a day of community service. Many of the students, and some faculty members as well, wore special T-shirts with this Martin Luther […]
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At the University of La Verne, the aim is to produce not only well-educated individuals but also well-rounded ones. Students are required to put in a certain amount of time doing community service, and here is another example of that. A group of incoming freshmen and their leader, junior Ziggy Azarcon, spent last Saturday, two […]
Evidence that the future of our world is in good hands is SIFE, which stands for Students in Free Enterprise. SIFE brings together a diverse network of university students, academic professionals and industry leaders around the shared mission of creating a better, more sustainable world through the positive power of business. SIFE has a presence […]
      It is always good to hear about young people doing charitable work, and here is good example of that.    A group of La Verne University students that are members of Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) have hooked up with Sowing Seeds for Life (SSFL), a food bank that feeds some 6,000 needy […]
On Thursday, Jan. 26, 2012 the University of La Verne will host a Water Technology Conference featuring recognized experts and influential leaders who will discuss water research, potential for commercialization and the idea of advancing the local economy through water-related industries. “The reason for the conference is to put the University of La Verne in […]
Construction on a new mixed-use student housing development — the largest building ever to be built in La Verne — will break ground at D and Third streets on March 31, according to University of La Verne (ULV) officials and its architectural and development partners. When completed in July 2012, the new $25 million, 103,000-square-foot […]
Each new year brings with it new beginnings, providing a starting point for what comes next. On Saturday, Jan. 29, the University of La Verne will host a trio of ceremonies recognizing the initial members of the class of 2011 as it celebrates its seventh annual Winter Commencement. This year’s keynote speakers include Rep. Grace […]
America in the 1920s was a time of prosperity, passion and possibilities. Jazz was the musical craze, liquor (despite prohibition) was all the rage and love was – as always – at center stage throughout the age.   Drawing on the fun and festive atmosphere of that memorable era, the University of La Verne Theatre […]
University of La Verne President Stephen C. Morgan has announced his plan to retire in the summer of 2011. His decision, which he presented in a letter to the Board of Trustees at its February 5 meeting, was made public today by Board of Trustees Chair Luis Faura in a message to the extended university […]
Myrna Long Wheeler, respected local educator, dedicated volunteer and active church leader, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 9 at her home in San Dimas after fighting acute myeloid leukemia for several months. She was 70. Having graduated from La Verne College (now the University of La Verne) in 1960, Wheeler served 25 years as a […]