Among the propositions to be voted on the Nov. 8 ballot is Proposition 58, an initiative to allow bilingual education in public schools, which could capitalize on the academic benefits of learning two languages.
In this age of ultra-divisive politics, gun rights has become an issue which evokes an emotional response (“Students support Second Amendment Rights,” Oct. 7).
California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill on Sept. 28 that will remove the statute of limitations on sex crime cases, an act that will help people find justice for heinous crimes committed against them, even if the crimes.
In a time when of heightened discrimination against Muslims in America, Muslim-American journalist Noor Tagouri is the first woman wearing a hijab on the cover of Playboy magazine – a bold, progressive move both by the magazine and Tagouri.
A hot day in California is usually uncomfortable and greeted with plenty of complaints and minimal clothing. Imagine not being able to sport a pair of shorts or a loose tank top and instead having to wear a fur coat all day, every day, even in 100 degree weather.
A new Multicultural Center has arrived as the result of the University of La Verne’s continued efforts to build upon its 2020 Strategic Vision. Once just cubicle as a part of the Office of Student Life, the new Multicultural Center has relocated to the former Campus Safety Office in the Athletics Pavilion.
Products like Gucci purses or Coco Chanel perfumes are examples of luxury items – to be taxed. However, 40 states, including California, currently group tampons in the same “luxury” taxable category.
With the hiring of new Bon Appétit director Lani Bidwell, we at Campus Times would like to take this opportunity to make some suggestions for Davenport Dining Hall and Barbara’s Place that we believe will benefit the students of La Verne:With the hiring of new Bon Appétit director Lani Bidwell, we at Campus Times would […]
The white-washing of Asian-American actors is an issue in Hollywood that has begun to gain attention as more people speak out about it.
In a unanimous and unprecedented decision, the California State Board of Education has rightly voted to include minority history, particularly LGBT history, in the mandatory public school curriculum across the state. The law will educate students as early as second grade on LGBT history, the community’s civil rights struggles and contributions to society.