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Campus Times
October 1, 1999


photo by Erica Paal

On Sunday, Brian Worley, facilities management director, completed the second mosaic on the east side of ULV's new bookstore. Worley has been constructing mosaics for 30 years and has been making mosaics for ULV for eight years. Worley's work on campus includes the mosaics in the arches at the front entrance to Founders Hall and the "C" Street and Bonita entrance to the campus, near Studebaker-Hanawalt Residence Hall. In addition to the mosaics at the University Worley has also created the sign mosaics for Mainiero Square and the La Verne Public Safety building.


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