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Despite only coming together this semester, La Verne’s chapter of the Public Relations Students Society of America has taken the initiative to create opportunities for students interested in the public relations field.
In the midst of heavy workloads, a tiny bank account and little time, college students often eat unhealthy. Bowl of Heaven looks to change that negative outlook.
As finals week approaches, students flock to Wilson Library on Wednesday.
Matthew Nelson, new director of the Learning Enhancement Center, plans on helping create a better center dedicated to better students.
Most clubs do not attempt to tackle the sensitive topic of sexual assault, but the newly founded club, One in Three, decided to host an entire discussion dinner on the subject on Nov. 22.
Sorority members, friends, family and members of the community learned about cystic fibrosis, bowled and socialized for a good cause at Chapparal Lanes on Saturday for Iota Delta’s annual Bowl for Breath.
Ava Jahanvash, a senior at the University of La Verne, wears a black belt in her dad’s karate studio, but her black belt level of expertise does not stop there. Jahanvash puts the same hard work and dedication into every aspect of her life.
Members of the First Generation Club at the University of La Verne sit among each other like family, prepared to share laughs and ideas and is the reason they have been able to support their members for three years.
Daniel Murphy, an employee at the Forum bookstore, is busy taping a box of used books to send out to a prison later in the day. The box holds a variety of books that all have the ability to change a prisoner’s life.
Students, faculty and staff came together by forming “familias,” while discovering their individual cultural identities at the Latino student retreat on Nov. 8.