Freshmen and faculty listened to renowned author Scott Russell Sanders answer critical questions about mankind’s responsibility to the preservation of the earth during two lectures on Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium.
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Students and faculty members gathered in the Carlson Gallery Oct. 1 to view photographer Jennifer Little’s photographs on Owens Lake and the ecological and environment effects of the Los Angeles Aqueduct at the “100 Years of Dust: Owens Lake and the Los Angeles Aqueduct” photo reception.
A group of about 20 peaceful protesters marched Saturday in Pacific Palisades to show their disapproval of Monsanto and the recent passing of the California Seed Bill that prohibits anyone from sharing seeds past a three-mile radius from their source.
Holy Name of Mary Parish church in San Dimas hosted the environmental awareness event, “Caring for our common home” Sept. 24, to inform community members on the issue of global warming.
The University of La Verne celebrated Earth Week this week, a series of environmentally conscious events including the grand opening of the new University garden. We spoke with students and faculty alike about the University’s commitment to sustainability, as well as tips for being environmentally conscious.
Christine Broussard, professor of biology, presented the adverse effects of environmental toxicants on the development of children’s immune systems Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
California took the first step to prevent plastic from continuing to compromise the environment after Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB270, which bans the use of single-use plastic bags at convenience and grocery stores as well as pharmacies.
La Verne faces the distress of California’s three-year drought with newly introduced regulations on water use.
The University of La Verne is one of the only two universities in California to commit to the Billion Dollar Green Challenge to focus on funding sustainable and environmentally sound projects around campus.
There is something different about the lawn in front of Founders Hall; it is not like the rest of the grass on campus, it is dead. If the dead grass was not a big enough eyesore there is also an abnormal sized rock on the grass that sits on top of a slab of concrete.