You are here: Home // News
Campus and community news for the week of April 6, 2012.
It was close to evening and Barbara’s Place was nearly empty – only clusters of students filled the seats. One group that hung out at a table outside was happy to talk about sexual health – in general. The students got quieter, however, when asked if they would share their STD status on the Internet.
The graduate students of Psychology Respecting Inclusivity, Diversity and Equality – or PRIDE – organized a psychology conference Saturday for those going into the field of treating lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender clients.
The Univerity of La Verne College of Law this week won back its provisional accreditation from the American Bar Association’s Council of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
On Monday, Kathleen Weaver, associate professor of biology, gave a lecture in the Presidents Dining Room on her ongoing research of fish in the West Indies and toxins found in snails.
Progressive theologian and visionary minister Bishop Carlton Pearson gave two lectures titled “What has Hell to do with It?” and “Emerging Spirituality” on March 22 in Morgan Auditorium.
Jessica Loomer, a freshman English major, stands in 15 minutes of silence to raise awareness about domestic abuse Tuesday.
Rainfall soaked most of Ortmayer Stadium on Sunday, stalling the field’s renovation while water was drained from the site.
Four Awards of Excellence from the Council of Advancement and Support of Education have been presented to the University Advancement office at the University of La Verne.
Students and faculty attended a discussion panel, which focused on Los Angeles Times photographer Michael Robinson-Chavez’s photographs of the poverty-stricken gold mining community in La Rinconada, Peru, March 8 in Morgan Auditorium.