When a new semester starts students often excitedly read their syllabi for the upcoming classes. Then to their dismay, they realize there is a list of books they need to buy – with some books costing up to $300 a piece.
The country is taking baby steps toward helping new parents the way that they should, after San Francisco’s new law requiring businesses to guarantee fully paid leave for new mothers and fathers for six weeks. The ordinance goes into effect Jan. 1, 2017.
At last week’s Maker Fair, La Verne students and faculty showcased a variety of technology but most importantly highlighted several of their environmentally-conscious ideas.
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne held a town hall meeting April 13 that reviewed pressing issues, such as tuition increases and new buildings and improvements and gave students the chance to bring their concerns to the fore.
A 20-year story that has been built with memories – the good and the bad – has finally come to an end. The last chapter of this story ended Wednesday on “Mamba Day” at Staples Center as Laker great Kobe Bryant waved goodbye to the sold out crowd and concluded with the words, “Mamba out.”
After receiving backlash on one of its character’s overtly sexualized in-game victory pose, video game developer Blizzard Entertainment promised to make changes by using an alternate pose that the company already designed.
In a day and age where the president of the United States advocates for women athletes by saying that “playing like a girl means you’re a badass,” one would think it would be enough to at least slightly close the wage gap.
Glamour recently released an issue of its magazine that was the first of its kind that featured plus-sized women.
In 2016, sex is everywhere. It is in hamburger commercials, hip hop music videos, and on social media.
The gun debate continues to grow louder. Guns are now popping up in even more places they should not be, such as churches, children’s books and pockets disguised as cell phones.