After Donald Trump’s unlikely victory in the 2016 election, a student noticed a change among his peers. To him the campus seemed dead, and its student body appeared to experience the six stages of grief.
The Gold Line is expanding its tracks, but not without residential opposition.
Three cars were vanalized in a campus lot earlier this month, Ruben Ibarra, director of safety operations reported last week.
It is not often that a team is consistent year after year in winning championships. When a team is so good for so long, the word ‘dynasty’ comes to mind. The only thing harder than winning a championship is maintaining that level of consistency that got you there in the first place, season after season.
A bill being considered by state legislators could help reduce the discrimination in schools and the workplace associated with natural African American hairstyles.
Over the course of the year, I have come across several tweets made by outraged users regarding the seemingly prevalent “narrative,” as some users have defined it, of false rape accusations.
An informal survey at the University of La Verne main campus revealed that 12 out of 20 students try to prioritize healthy eating in their day to day lives, though many said this was a difficult task for a college student.
In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, Residential Life held a Mental Health Awareness Day so students could unwind and relax as finals approach.
Halima Aden, a Somali-American, made history as the first model to grace the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue cover in a hijab and burkini – a first for the magazine that was founded 65 years ago.
The University Chorale and Chamber Singers stunned the audience last Friday and Saturday with their sold-out Broadway showcase channeling songs from popular musicals and movies in Dailey Theatre.