Category: Then and Now

Voice Magazine / Then and Now
La Verne College Goes to War

La Verne College Goes to War

Students responded to the effects of World War II with resiliency, and the global conflict created a commitment to educating veterans within the university community that continues to today.

Woody Hall

The Roots of Woody Hall

Historic Woody Hall was dedicated in 1948 on the La Verne campus. The first men’s residence hall, it was named for Isaac J. Woody, the beloved groundskeeper. Woody Hall was the first of many new buildings to go up on campus in the postwar era.

Repeating History

Repeating History

When University of La Verne head football coach Chris Krich approached what would be a historic 2015 season, he encouraged his players to put others first and learn the value of sacrifice.

Gary Colby

A History of the Arts

Four professors descended on the University of La Verne in the late 1970s and 1980s to reshape programs in art, music, theatre, and photography.

Public Admin Faculty 1987

Paying Dividends

Professor of public administration Dr. Jack Meek reflects on the incredible growth of the College of Business and Public Management during his tenure.