As vaccination rates rise and COVID’s hold on American society begins to wane, many are still struggling with the effects of the pandemic. Efforts surrounding mental health have come into greater focus over the past year, especially on the effects of isolation due to COVID-19.
As the world slowly phases out of the COVID-19 pandemic, some of the best things are becoming available to the public again, including Ontario’s Foodie Fest at the Toyota Arena.
Marcia Godwin, professor of public administration, discussed Congressional districts that flipped in 2020, shifts in voting trends, and the media’s role in the outcomes, with 31 Zoom participants on Tuesday.
The Model United Nations hosted speaker and president of Liberal International, Hakima El Haité, for a virtual talk on climate justice Saturday. The event was co-sponsored by Southern California’s Model Arab League Conference. More than 20 attended via Zoom.
An amendment to Assembly Bill 46, titled the “The Youth Empowerment Act,” would create a California Youth Empowerment Commission with other changes to support youth political activity.
With college decision season approaching faster than ever, University of La Verne student employee Jose Jimenez introduced potential new students to the campus, giving a tour of Citrus Hall dorm rooms April 9.
The University of La Verne’s Master of Public Administration Program earned the national ranking place of 111 in the U.S. News and World Report for Public Affairs 2022.
Shoppers enjoyed a socially distanced stroll through the Claremont Farmers and Artisan Market, featuring over two dozen vendors on a sunny Easter Sunday.
Christian Bracho, associate professor of teacher education in the University’s LaFetra College of Education, led the final workshop to his three-part nonviolence workshop series called “Learn ways to practice nonviolence daily in thoughts, words, and deeds” on April 1 via Zoom.
In honor of National Library Week, the Wilson Library hosted the annual Book Day through a panel discussion, highlighting six books and three book chapters via Zoom on Monday at noon.