November 5, 2004
Jean Lipman-Blueman discussed ideas and research from her newest book, “The Allure of Toxic Leaders: Why We Follow Destructive Bosses and Corrupt Politicians – and How We Can Survive Them,” during her visit to the University of La Verne, Wednesday. Lipman-Bluemen’s lecture is part of the Master of Science, Leadership and Management (MSLM) Program’s Coffee, Cake and Conversation series.
The annual Homecoming festivities include a variety of traditional activities.
The debate team continues its winning ways against international competition.
Matthew Witt's proposal lends an awareness of race to the surrounding memorials in Washington, D.C.
Melissa Stearns puts her athletic training experience to good use after an accident on the 57 Freeway.
Student government members team up with the music department in the drive to bring spirit to the home football games.
Administrators schedule ULV's first ever mid-year commencement ceremony.
John Patrick, assistant editor, is dismayed by outcome of the presidential election.