University of La Verne students, faculty and staff – if you are not yet vaccinated, please stop making excuses and get vaccinated so we don’t have to worry about another shutdown.
The U.S Fish and Wildlife Service suggested the delisting of another 23 animal species under the Endangered Species Act because they are now extinct – causing another blow to the world’s biodiversity.
The LGBTQ rainbow flag, which is supposed to be a symbol of pride, has recently been used as a reason for high rates of targeted harassment against the LGBTQ community.
Thank you for your Oct. 1 editorial on the need for the University to provide clarity to students on information related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The media needs to start recognizing more missing cases involving women of color. When a young white woman goes missing, the media goes into a frenzy. But it takes people on social media to bring attention to other cases that have been neglected or forgotten.
According to Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón, Los Angeles County is set to dismiss about 60,000 marijuana convictions in the upcoming months. The final step is to consider damages caused by narcotics enforcements before California voted to decriminalize marijuana.
Students of the University of La Verne need access to more information regarding COVID-19. As of this semester, students know that there is a vaccination mandate or a required form to fill out for an exemption. But beyond those requirements, students are lacking what measures to take if they get sick on campus.
The Native American tribes of Louisiana have been devastated following Hurricane Ida, a category four hurricane, which made landfall Aug. 29.
With female representation in the National Football League being scarce, a few women are making strides to break those barriers.
I just read an editorial which stated that ALL women should march at the national demonstration on Oct. 2. Agreed – with a caveat: all MEN should march, also.