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Professor presents bacteria benefits

Stacey Darling-Novak, professor of biology, gave a presentation about the benefits bacterial endophytes can provide growing seeds and the process of studying them.

Gold Line construction underway

Construction on the Foothill Gold Line train station on Arrow Highway and E Street is now underway to connect La Verne to Pasadena and downtown Los Angeles as well as the San Gabriel Valley and Inland Empire.

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Campus news for the week of May 3, 2024.

Circle K is now Beverage House Liquor

Circle K convenience store, on D Street adjacent to the University of La Verne, is under new ownership as of Wednesday and rebranded to Bargain House Liquor, no longer providing a 24-hour convenience store to the La Verne Community.

Zionism panel teaches students about world issues

The University of La Verne’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life hosted a Zionism discussion with Jonathan Reed, professor of philosophy and religion, and Jason Neidleman,  professor of political science, in the Ludwick Center last week.

Students not supportive of TikTok ban

A recent informal survey found that 23 out of 25 University of La Verne students believe the bill that could ban TikTok in the U.S., which was signed into law this week by President Joe Biden, goes too far. 

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