Politically charged discussion about campus issues regarding tuition, student involvement and communication between students and administration heated up Associated Students of La Verne’s candidate forum Wednesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Dozens of aspiring writers and book fanatics attended the annual Association of Writers and Writing Programs Conference at the Los Angeles Convention Center from March 30 to April 2.
Associate Professor of Management Omid Furutan delivers his faculty lecture, “The Relationship Between Academic Dishonesty and Work Place Dishonesty,” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
The Landis Leadership Scholars and Office of Student Life hosted the first All Leos Leadership Conference to enhance students’ leadership skills Sunday in various locations around the University of La Verne.
Nothing feels more like time travel than checking out old classic cars such as a 1934 Ford and a 1948 Ford deluxe convertible. It was a step back in time at Cal-Rods Car Club’s annual Cool Cruise car show Saturday on D Street in downtown La Verne.
Elizabeth Zwerling, professor of journalism, discussed her take on “Journalism and Reporting Campus Sexual Assault” Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Sheena Patel, an epidemiologist from the Riverside County Office of Public Health, spoke on the Zika virus epidemic at the Hot Spot lecture of the Wednesday.
After almost four decades and more than $30 million, the College of Law this month received full accreditation from the American Bar Association, making it the only nationally accredited law school in the Inland Empire.
That is because crowdfunding websites like Kickstarter, GoFundMe and IndieGogo make raising money easier than ever before. You just go online and set up a profile, tell people what you are raising money for and how much you need, and people can find your profile and donate. It is that easy.
The University of La Verne is preparing to install more than 20 gender-neutral bathrooms on campus to provide the transgender community with restrooms they feel comfortable using.