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Lecture focuses on Latino students

Lecture focuses on Latino students

Rocio Rosales, assistant professor of psychology, spoke on Monday in the President’s Dining Room about Mexican American college students and integrating culture for equal education opportunities.

Students push non-GMO food bill

Students push non-GMO food bill

Five graduate students raised awareness about genetically modified organisms to approximately 40 spectators along with a showing of “The Future of Food” Feb. 23 in the Campus Center Ballroom.

Class explores activism and social media

Class explores activism and social media

Professor of Education John Bartelt and Associate Professor of Public Administration Matthew Witt have teamed up this semester to lead an interdisciplinary seminar on activism.

Students support tough DUI measure

In a recent informal survey, students at the University of La Verne agreed with a law that would make ignition interlock devices mandatory for DUI offenders.

Students’ personal electronics stolen

Between 1:08 p.m. and 1:31 p.m. on Thursday, Campus Safety received calls reporting stolen electronics from the Athletic Pavilion and Stu-Han dormitory.

Mansell’s passion inspires debate

Mansell’s passion inspires debate

Ryan Mansell, captain of the debate team, has been the key element maintaining the program’s stardom by displaying a few characteristics: determination, motivation, innovation and selflessness.

Food for the soul

Food for the soul

Child development major Deveeda Smith serves macaroni and cheese to criminology major Myron Woods at the BSU Soul Food Luncheon on Tuesday in the Campus Center.

LV women favor free birth control

When a group of 10 women students were asked about birth control provided by their University of La Verne health plan, seven of the 10 said they would not be on the pill if the school did not provide it for free.

New dorm promises comfort, style

New dorm promises comfort, style

In fall semester 377 lucky students will have the chance to engage in a new housing experience. The new residence hall that has been under construction since summer 2011 is expected to change the way people view the University of La Verne.

Housing embraces technology for applications

As students await the opening of the new residence hall next fall, many are wondering what major changes will be placed upon the housing application process.

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