The University of La Verne’s physician assistant program has earned preliminary accreditation from Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant. The first cohort of 22 students is set to begin classes Aug. 27.
Facebook and its recent data breach concerns are making users rethink the amount of information they share and whether or not they should keep their accounts active.
The University of La Verne has introduced a new bikeshare program, Spin, to the main campus to support healthy living and exploration of the city. It is one of the best things to come to campus in a long time.
President Donald Trump released a memo on April 4 ordering National Guard troops to be sent to the southern borders of California, Arizona and New Mexico on the grounds that the border is seeing an increase in illegal actions such as drug smuggling, gang activity and increased undocumented immigration.
On March 14, the University announced a change in venue for spring 2018 commencement, from Citizen’s Business Bank Arena to Campus West.
Walmart will soon stop placing Cosmopolitan Magazine at its checkout stands.
Big American corporations need to stop front-loading debt onto the businesses they buy.
Lyceum, a program that served as a hub for collaboration among various arts and humanities programs departments, has suffered a loss of funding as a result of University budget cuts. Not only does this result in the loss of visibility for ULV, but also for the humanities and arts departments.
President Donald Trump has consistently shown his willingness to obstruct justice, particularly in regard to efforts to investigate possible collusion in Russia. He has violated the Emoluments Clause, as well as the Presidential Records Act of 1978. For these reasons, Trump should be impeached.
California lawmakers want to restrict use of plastic straws in restaurants, unless requested by customers, in order to lessen the 500 million straws that Americans use everyday.