Actress and activist Geena Davis spoke about women’s presence in the media at Scripps College in Claremont last week. The entire Garrison Theatre was packed with people eager to hear Davis’ presentation.
After more than a year of planning and organizing, Bon Appétit employees on Thursday voted 16-9 in favor of establishing a union.
The Pentagon says women have been barred from roughly 237,000 military positions over our country’s history. Now the tables have turned and they have begun to look to qualified women to fill these roles. Based on 15 separate interviews, students at La Verne feel this is long overdue.
Senior broadcasting major Loren Coronado’s hard work and talent has hailed national success from the Broadcast Education Association Media Festival as she took home third place for her self-produced promo.
Junior baseball player Tim Ralston parks in parking lot Q daily because it is so close to the team’s batting cages.
In light of recent violent attacks against public schools and college settings, lawmakers have questioned whether having designated officials carry guns on campus would help reduce violence.
By now most students have seen, or at least heard of, the ULV Confessions page on Facebook. After being banned twice, it looks like the third installment of the confessionals will be alive for a bit longer due to stricter regulations set by the anonymous administrator.
It is a strange occurrence when one class changes your whole life. For sociology professor Roy Kwon, now a full-time professor teaching his second semester at the University of La Verne, that is exactly what happened.
Assistant professors of movement and sports science Sarah Dunn and Megan Granquist discussed their research, “The Effects of Relaxation Training on Stress Indicators in Trained and Untrained Individuals” during Monday’s faculty.
After more than a year without a permanent dean, President Devorah Lieberman this week announced the hiring of Gilbert Holmes as the new dean of the University of La Verne College of Law.