During Thanksgiving many students go home to be with their families and take a break from school. Unfortunately some live too far away or do not have the means to get there.
When it comes to careers and striving to get a job, the University of La Verne’s Career Services Drive-Thru helps students improve their resume, or cover letter or prepare for interviews all in under 20 minutes.
Jamie Ritchey, community capacity organizer at the Tri-City Mental Health Services in Pomona, shares the types of mental illnesses and asks the audience, “Why should our mental health be treated any differently from our physical health,” Tuesday in LaFetra Lecture Hall.
Every Friday night, the Students Engaged in Environmental Discussion club shows a movie meant to inform students, faculty and staff on topics that affect the planet and spark conversation.
Contestants competed for the Miss SAE crown in the Campus Center Ballroom Friday night in Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity’s fifth annual pageant and philanthropy event.
Sisters of Phi Sigma Sigma hosted their 24-hour Rock-a-Thon philanthropy event Nov. 12-13 in Sneaky Park and had members of the sorority rock in rocking chairs to raise funds for the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation, which benefits the Kids In Need and Practice Makes Perfect foundations.
The Japan Daisuki club displayed brightly colored booths and cultural symbols at the Shichi Go San event Friday in the Campus Center Ballrooms.
The flags of several countries flew in Sneaky Park as students learned about the world at the 25th annual International Educational Festival hosted by the International Student Organization and the Office of International Student Services Wednesday.
Native American storyteller Trevor Johnson spoke about a different way of seeing life by telling stories about the First People and the agreement between them and humans Monday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
The word “sorority” carries many meanings, stereotypes and stigmas — some of which are true, while others are incredibly false. The media, especially the movie industry, portray sorority women as dimwitted party-girls and, worst of all, as women who reverse the work feminists have accomplished.