The United States currently holds the highest number of coronavirus cases in the world and that number is growing by the day, making it dire that we all treat this pandemic with serious precautionary measures before it is too late.
It’s easy for the global COVID-19 pandemic to instill a negative and gloomy outlook, but some people have started embracing this as a time for unity and building prosperity rather than contributing to the spread of fear and paranoia.
The alleged racially motivated incidents and apparent hate crimes that occurred last spring left us feeling hurt and raw.
Mike Bloomberg and Tom Steyer spent over $700 million combined on advertising for their presidential campaign, which barely made a dent in their pocket through the process, but could have been better spent funding solutions to many of the United States problems.
On March 9, the La Verne Police Department reported that they had arrested a former ULV student for falsifying threats made to herself and others, for electronic impersonation, perjury, and for filing a false police report. The race-based attacks the student had reported forced the University to cancel classes last year and devote substantial resources […]
With Super Tuesday in the books, shoppers and diners in town – like us, the students at the University of La Verne – need to get ready to pay more out of pocket for just about everything.
While the thought of catching the coronavirus is something that many dread, this growing pandemic also highlights a troubling lack of adequate health care in the United States.
The lack of medical attention and poor mental health treatment in the only detention center dedicated to transgender migrants is only a microcosm of the overall poor treatment of the transgender and immigrant community in our country.
Amid the hundreds of sexual abuse lawsuits brought against them in the past few years, the Boy Scouts of America filed for federal bankruptcy on Tuesday.
An estimated one million Chinese Muslims have disappeared across Xianjiang, China, and speculation pertaining to their possible imprisonment in relation to their religious status were proved true after leaked documents highlighted a network of detention camps used to imprison Chinese Muslims.