As California opens COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to virtually everyone, it is imperative that we take responsibility as members of our community and make an appointment to receive the vaccine as soon as possible.
Nearly half of the country’s state legislatures and state representatives have introduced bills in favor of anti-trans laws that negatively impact trans people in ridiculous ways and violate their ability to lead a normal life.
Virginia has taken a step in the right direction becoming the 13th state, and first state in the South, to ban gay and transgender panic as a defense for murder or manslaughter.
The NCAA women’s basketball March Madness Tournament came to a close Sunday but events during the tournament opened the public’s eyes to the unequal treatment of the women athletes compared to their male counterparts.
Since the pandemic began, Asian communities have faced an alarmingly higher rate of hate, racism and xenophobia, and being labeled as “unclean” or as “viruses.” These types of racist and ignorant remarks have no place in the modern day and need to be addressed and stopped.
The University of La Verne’s dining hall, The Spot, should be open for all students for take-out and outdoor seating options next semester due to high rates of food insecurity among ULV students.
The U.S. Congress has finally passed a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package which includes another stimulus check for families and individuals who meet the criteria, extended unemployment benefits, and increased funding for vaccine distribution and the reopening of schools.
Discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity should not be a topic of extensive debate within our society in modern day. Everyone has the right to identify and express themselves as they choose and be free from discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity, which is why the Senate should approve the Equality […]
While COVD-19 cases are going down and vaccinations are ramping up across the nation, it is still important to follow health officials guidelines set to keep people safe and ultimately end the pandemic.
It is no secret the United States of America has a long and messy history of gun violence filled with tragedies that could cause one to become numb toward the issue.