In light of the current debates around immigration and Islamphobia, the University of La Verne community aimed to acknowledge and reflect on the similar trends of discrimination experienced by different minority groups in a discussion panel “Different Faces, Same Fears” Feb. 19 in La Fetra Hall.
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Students and faculty members gathered at a free screening of “Waking in Oak Creek” to encourage community building and remember those who were victims of hate crimes Nov. 20 in Morgan Auditorium.
Students, along with the University Chaplain Zandra Wagoner, took part in a field trip Sunday to the Islamic Center of Inland Empire in Rancho Cucamonga to learn about the Muslim community.
The White House recognized University of La Verne with the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll award for their exemplary interfaith and community service contributions.
Students, faculty and staff created a mandala on a white sheet, which formed a unified symbol of peace in the universe on Sept. 19 during the International Day of Peace ceremony.
People from different races and religions came together Sunday for the Sixth Annual Interfaith Peace Walk to commemorate the International Day of Peace.
Recent months of conflicts of interest between numerous levels of representation at this University have created chaos, confusion and mistrust at La Verne.
Professor of Education and Director of Teacher Education Peggy Redman was the Spirit of La Verne Award winner at the University’s inaugural Spirit of La Verne Awards ceremony held in the Church of the Brethren Thursday.
The International Students Organization featured co-president Tahil Sharma’s presentation on India for its last meeting of the semester, May 9, in the Campus Center Ballroom.
When junior foreign languages major Tahil Sharma lost both of his grandparents and witnessed the struggle of his immigrant parents in the United States, he realized he wanted to succeed to his fullest potential.