Category: On the Move

Voice Magazine / Stories / On the Move
Fall 2018

Center of Well-Being

The new Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research will serve students and the community as a resource for maintaining healthy lifestyles.

Pomona Valley Wildcats

Pitch Perfect

Members of the softball team step up to the plate annually to coach members of the Pomona Valley Wildcats Special Olympics teams.

Annamarie Montañez

The Gift of Possibilities

Annamarie Montañez ’02, ’14 remembers the encouragement her parents showed her when she decided to go to college and become an educator. She draws inspiration from that support as principal of the Jurupa Valley Unified School District Adult Education and Community Day School.

Track and Field

Starting Line

Coach Kevin Reid’s current hurdle is preparing the track and field team for its first meet in January.

Painting "Nevertheless... They Persisted"

The Colors of Culture

A woman with flowing blue tresses and Aztec earrings stands tall outside the Landis Academic Center, looking west. She is not a student, professor, or staff member. She is the University of La Verne’s new mural, titled “Nevertheless…They Persisted.”

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.

Lenore Moreno

Racing Onward

First she claimed two NCAA national championships in the indoor 5,000-meter run and the outdoor 10,000 meters as a student-athlete at the University of La Verne.

Christopher Kahn

Homeward Bound

Mannerisms and accents vary among the people Christopher Kahn '16 encounters in his travels around the world as a captain in the U.S. Army.

Athletes Give Back

Athletes Give Back

Football team speaks at Orangewood Children and Family Center, Women’s Soccer reads Dr. Seuss, and Leopards volunteer at Special Olympics.

Bartletti Denis

Through the Lens of A Legend

A bandana-clad gang member who emerged from the Oaxacan jungle approached Don Bartletti and pulled out a foot-long machete as a nearby train roared to life.

Yolanda Duron

Courting Success

University of La Verne tennis coach Yolanda Duron prowled the Claremont Biszantz Family Tennis Center courts, quietly analyzing the matches while giving advice to her players. It seemed, on the surface, like just another competition day on a hot May afternoon.

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