Taylor Moore

Taylor Moore is a senior broadcast journalism major and Campus Times editor-in-chief for Spring 2024. In her sixth semester on Campus Times, she has served as the LV Life editor and social media editor twice, as well as a staff writer. She’s also worked on the University’s television news broadcast Foothill Community News as an anchor and reporter, and was a on-air personality for the University’s radio station 107.9 LeoFM.

Women share their stories at empowerment event

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Center for Multicultural Services hosted “Her Stories” Wednesday, in which University of La Verne faculty, staff, students and alumni gathered to share their life changing experiences. 

State lawmakers propose Cal Grants expansion

California lawmakers will consider legislation that would reform how California distributes financial aid, enabling students, who were not previously eligible for Cal Grants to participate in the program.

New legislation would regulate retouched photos

California Assemblymember Cristina Garcia, D-Downey, has proposed legislation that requires social media platforms to post a disclaimer on photos that have been retouched for promotional purposes. 

Drivers to face stricter penalties for texting and driving

A new state law that goes into effect July 1 imposes stricter penalties for those caught texting while driving. Under current law, using a hand-held smart phone or device while driving is punishable by a fine. Starting July 1, the penalty for such violation will also add points to the driver’s record. 

Couples and singles alike share the Valentine’s love with CAB

While traditionally for couples, Valentine’s Day offered a chance to feel a sense of normalcy to couples and singles on Feb. 12 at the “Are You in Love? Or Are You Heartbroken?” event hosted by the Campus Activities Board through Zoom.

Trustee Anthony LaFetra remembered for his love of learning

Anthony LaFetra, University of La Verne trustee, and president and chief executive of the Rain Bird Corporation, died on Jan. 29 from an undiagnosed cancer. He was 80.

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