A trail of history awaits future generations
Writers Archives: Ryan Guerrero
“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.
Memories are sacred. They are a recollection of the rich history, tradition and values of the University that have sustained it for 125 years.
When I interviewed Jonathan Reed, University of La Verne provost, I found that if he were stranded on a deserted island and limited to bring just three items, he would bring anything by Led Zeppelin, Kurt Vonnegut and the film “Lawrence of Arabia.”
Reed Gratz: Composer, educator, father.