“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.
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‘When doors open, go for it. When opportunities present themselves, do not be afraid.’
‘I work with people I love. I serve people I cherish.’
University chaplain activates the community’s shared values.
C. Ernest Davis’ legacy of family and education
La Verne’s future gets brighter with solar energy.
A church’s struggle for universal respect and inclusion.
“Peace and Carrots” at the La Verne Church of the Brethren is more than just a symbolic gesture of good will; it literally feeds local people in need.