Category: 2017 Spring

Voice Magazine / Stories / 2017 Spring
Spring 2017

The Business of Heavy Metal

Raw talent is not always enough to survive in rock and roll. That is why Seann Nicols ’16 is pursuing a Master of Business Administration while working as a touring musician, including a stint as Quiet Riot’s lead singer in early 2017. He is seeking an edge that will help his music career.

Beverly Foster

Foster’s Care

A family crisis turned into a life-changing opportunity for Beverly Foster ’04, ’06, who runs a training center for young adults with special needs in Kern County. It is a site that will give her students a chance at technology careers, a cause so noble it convinced the White House to provide financial support.

Police Chiefs Lisa Rosales, John Curley, and Nick Paz

Protect and Serve

It is a tumultuous time to be a police chief, but four University of La Verne alumni see opportunity in the challenge.

Robert Ruiz

Great Debate

Robert Ruiz ’05, ’08 has a singular voice and he is using it to inspire a generation of award-winning debaters at the University of La Verne.

Lyceum

Lyceum @ La Verne

The University of La Verne's Lyceum series of performing and visual arts will feature exhibitions of student art, music, and writing throughout May.

Wendy Lau

Lau’s Army

Alumna and Trustee Wendy Lau is committed to giving back to both the university and community of La Verne, crediting the school with putting her on the path to personal and professional success.

Kevin Marshall

Kevin Marshall

I am encouraged and comforted each day as I stroll about our diverse, yet integrated landscapes of academic life at the University of La Verne.

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