February 20, 2004
Frances Hesselbein, chairperson of the Leader to Leader Institute and former
CEO of the Girl Scouts of the USA, was awarded with the Presidential Medal of
Freedom by President Bill Clinton in 1998. She was invited to speak at a Coffee,
Cake and Conversation lecture in La Fetra Hall Thursday night. The speaking
event and book-signing was sponsored by the College of Business Management and
Leadership. Hesselbein, right, with admirer Trudy Diliello, is the editor in
chief of the quarterly journal Leader to Leader. The conversation
series began in 1995 and features authors in the leadership and management fields.
The cities of La Verne and Claremont act on behalf of their residents in prodding
CalTrans to address noise pollution near the 210 Freeway.
A new report faults textbook publishers for needlessly raising prices and
producing new editions.
More and more students are discovering their wheels missing. Here are some
tips on what can be done.
Students and administrators react to the effectiveness of the new electronic
Long-time speech professor Robert Rivera, 79, dies.
The La Verne Historical Society offers walking tours of the old town area.
The Society of Professional Journalists is set to hold its winter workshops
Lisa Meyer, associate vice president of institutional image, accepts the position
of vice president of enrollement at Whittier College.