The panel discussion “Social Justice is Just Us (Fill in the Black)” featured insightful commentary on social justice through the lens of white privilege.
The importance of unity was highlighted during the Campus Activities Board International Day of Peace event Wednesday in Sneaky Park.
Matthew Schaupp, senior speech communication major, discusses the issue of legalizing marijuana while senior philosophy major Meaghan McHenry, freshman political science major Fares Abdullah and Director of Forensics Rob Ruiz await their turns to give their Constitution Day speeches Sept. 16 in the Johnson Family Plaza.
Assistant Professor of History Allyson Brantley has only lived in Los Angeles for a month. And although the Southern Californian cartopia has given her some culture shock, she is excited to live in a city that she had studied as part of her dissertation.
Officer Yolanda Baker greets students as they enter the Campus Safety and Transportation office during its open house Monday.
Eighteen students and faculty members gathered Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room “Seven Meditations on the Lord’s Prayer,” a talk by Professor of Philosophy and Religion Richard Rose.
The average price for a gallon of gas in California is $2.75 and $2.78 in Los Angeles – substantially higher than the national average at $2.18, according to American Automobile Association Fuel Gauge Repor released Thursday.
The College of Education and Organizational Leadership opened this fall under a new moniker – the La Fetra College of Education – following the largest monetary gift in University of La Verne history.
Campus Safety and the La Verne Police Department were investigating an alleged sexual assault that occurred Aug. 30 – until the alleged victim retracted her statement the same day.
Green and orange flags and signs placed around campus built the community’s anticipation as staff, faculty and students gathered in front of Founders Hall to celebrate the University of La Verne’s 125th anniversary at convocation Aug. 31.