A fire alarm that went off in the Landis Academic Center Monday – triggering evacuations in that building, the adjoining Wilson Library and College of Business and Public Management building – turned out to be a false alarm.
Team-teaching in the honors program will be suspended effective in spring 2017, pending study to determine whether the long-standing but expensive La Verne tradition is actually worth the price.
Kristina Post, assistant professor of psychology, shared her research lecture “Romantic Relationships and Health” to a group of 40 people at noon Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Fans of the Netflix-original show “Stranger Things” admired and purchased fan-made artwork from the series at fan*alley’s “Stranger Things” Tribute Gallery Saturday at the Artist Lodge in Anaheim.
“Faith,” a photo from “After Selma” captures the emotion of an original foot soldier who marched again with the new generation 50 years later. The photography series compares the march from Selma to Montgomery in 1965 to the recent oppression of black people.
Senior outside hitter Delaney Lynch sends over a spike backed up by teammates senior setter Tiffany Mancuso, sophomore libero Sarah Yauchzee, and senior middle blocker Kelsi Robinson.
In a unanimous and unprecedented decision, the California State Board of Education has rightly voted to include minority history, particularly LGBT history, in the mandatory public school curriculum across the state. The law will educate students as early as second grade on LGBT history, the community’s civil rights struggles and contributions to society.
After two years, a Canadian judge, who made disgusting, misogynistic comments toward a rape victim may finally lose his job. In 2014, Justice Robin Camp, a member of the Canadian Federal Court, presided over an alleged rape case in which he essentially blamed the young woman who was assaulted.
The panel discussion “Social Justice is Just Us (Fill in the Black)” featured insightful commentary on social justice through the lens of white privilege.
As the rest of campus lay quiet late Tuesday night, Sleep Club was just coming on. A quaint crowd of no more than 30 bustled into the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre to experience this week’s Cabaret Series Act.