At last week’s Maker Fair, La Verne students and faculty showcased a variety of technology but most importantly highlighted several of their environmentally-conscious ideas.
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The Associated Students of the University of La Verne held a town hall meeting April 13 that reviewed pressing issues, such as tuition increases and new buildings and improvements and gave students the chance to bring their concerns to the fore.
In a day and age where the president of the United States advocates for women athletes by saying that “playing like a girl means you’re a badass,” one would think it would be enough to at least slightly close the wage gap.
In 2016, sex is everywhere. It is in hamburger commercials, hip hop music videos, and on social media.
Glamour recently released an issue of its magazine that was the first of its kind that featured plus-sized women.
The gun debate continues to grow louder. Guns are now popping up in even more places they should not be, such as churches, children’s books and pockets disguised as cell phones.
On the westbound 210 freeway in Irwindale, drivers are able to spot a billboard that claims the University of La Verne is one of the best universities for veterans. Across La Verne’s advertisements and website, it is clear that the campus prides itself in its relationship with veterans.
Over the past few weeks, a terrifying amount of anti-LGBTQ legislation has trickled down the pipeline. North Carolina, Georgia and Kansas have started deliberations on highly discriminatory bills that not only allow but encourage the systematic discrimination of the LGBTQ community. In 2016 these bills represent the toxic notion that people can still refuse to […]
Starbucks has announced it will donate all its leftover food to charity in an effort to provide meals for those who struggle with hunger and food insecurity. The announcement was made on the coffee chain’s website last Tuesday and we’d like to praise Starbucks for this positive decision.
A number of bathrooms on-campus have recently been earmarked to be converted to gender-neutral bathrooms, a positive sign of the University living its mission of creating a diverse and inclusive environment.