With the use of chemical relaxers, African American women sometimes go to dangerous lengths to straighten their hair instead of rocking their natural curls.
The country is taking baby steps toward helping new parents the way that they should, after San Francisco’s new law requiring businesses to guarantee fully paid leave for new mothers and fathers for six weeks. The ordinance goes into effect Jan. 1, 2017.
At last week’s Maker Fair, La Verne students and faculty showcased a variety of technology but most importantly highlighted several of their environmentally-conscious ideas.
If buying clothes from the mall has ever gone wrong for you – no size fits or the material is cheap, or over-priced, then perhaps the slow fashion movement is something you might want to get involved in.
La Verne senior shortstop Raeleen Tellez steals second base against Pomona-Pitzer junior second baseman Paige Oliver during the third inning of the first game in the doubleheader Friday.
The San Julian String Quartet led by Vijay Gupta enchanted the audience with classical pieces Sunday at Morgan Auditorium.
The national business fraternity, Delta Sigma Pi, was officially installed at the University of La Verne April 9. With 33 business students in the alpha class, ULV joins 286 universities as the Tau Omega chapter.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams posted records of 1-3 at the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Multi-Dual 3 Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
Stacey Darling-Novak, professor of biology, described her ongoing sabbatical research on corn and orchids Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne held a town hall meeting April 13 that reviewed pressing issues, such as tuition increases and new buildings and improvements and gave students the chance to bring their concerns to the fore.