Firas Arodaki fights for Syrian refugees locally and abroad
‘Excellence in Teaching’ recipient finds his passion in the classroom
Is La Verne ready for the big California earthquake?
La Paloma: Where the history is as rich as the food
Each generation is marked by some momentous, and significant piece of history, usually an event that happened during their college years. There is something about being in school during a time that turns our world on its head. The baby boomer generation owns the Vietnam War, generation X is marked by 9/11, and my generation […]
“The title provost is from old Latin—the guardian of the monks or the guardian of the prisoners. In modern terminology, the provost means the person responsible for the faculty,” explains Jonathan L. Reed, provost of the University of La Verne, with his almost always present smile.
Flying to a better future
La Verne’s ‘six in one’ building