The Students Engaged in Environmental Discussion and Service club, or SEEDS, has received more than 200 signatures in a petition for the University to divest its investments from fossil fuel industries.
After two-and-a-half years of deliberation, the City Council will vote on a proposal to ban new waste and recycling facilities and stop expansion of existing waste businesses on June 5.
Before an audience of roughly 40 faculty, staff and students William Cook, professor of English, talked about the importance of being true to oneself.
Chemistry and biology student projects were showcased at the Natural Science Division Senior Symposium on Wednesday in the Campus Center.
The California Legislature is considering a single payer health care bill that could decrease costs for state residents.
Professor of Philosophy and Religion Richard Rose reads from his recently published book “An Interreligious Approach to a Social Ethic for Christian Audiences,” published by Christian World Imprints.
Innovation, experimentation and creativity took the stage at the second annual Mini Maker Fair Wednesday in Sneaky Park as part of ShowCASE week, or Celebrate the Arts, Scholarship, and Engagement week.
As a businessman, caring mentor and beloved husband, Gordon Whitby leaves a legacy at University of La Verne as one of its 125 most influential individuals.
Roughly 30 people attended the Natural Science Division Senior Symposium in LaFetra Lecture Hall Wednesday.
Students and faculty presented their diverse research projects for ShowCASE – Celebrating the Arts, Scholarship, and Engagement Week – Monday in the President’s Dining Room.