A suicide prevention interface tool will soon be appearing on your Facebook newsfeed, and many are wondering how effective this new feature will be at recognizing and potentially stopping a suicide attempt.
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While I am sure it is well intended, a mandatory helmet law is not the answer to bicycle safety (“Liu urges reform for helmet law,” March 6).
What began as a slow news day quickly became an internet free for all a few weeks ago, after some llamas got loose and a dress left people baffled.
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne unanimously passed a resolution Monday that condemned the projected tuition increase for the 2015-2016 school year.
In 2013 women working full time in California made a median of 84 cents for every dollar earned by a man, according to Equal Rights Advocates. The pay gap is even larger for women of color — African American women get paid 64 cents and Latina women 44 cents for every white man’s dollar.
What the writer of “#LeoMarketingScheme” (Feb. 27) fails to realize is that many departments around campus – and many offices in the general marketplace – observe ‘Casual Fridays’ (a day when attire that is more relaxed is allowed, a morale-booster).
Model Charlotte McKinney walks through an outdoor supermarket in the beginning of Carl’s Jr.’s latest commercial, however there is something missing—her shirt.
President Devorah Lieberman announced via email recently that Fridays at the University of La Verne will now be Leo Pride Fridays. And it seems this is another one of the University’s questionable marketing schemes.
The highly anticipated “Fifty Shades of Grey” movie was a financial success with masses of mommy bloggers and impressionable teenage girls flocking to see the controversial and taboo movie Valentine’s Day weekend. However, having high commercial success doesn’t make up for the fact that “Fifty Shades” is a dangerous film.
The 87th Annual Academy Awards were held Sunday and once again, were dominated by whites in all categories. It is no question that people of color are severely underrepresented at the Oscars.