Microaggressions have been widely discussed across campus during the past several weeks and months.
History was made in the 2018 midterm elections, with major steps and accomplishments for women and the LGBT community.
The University of La Verne should begin observing Veterans Day as an “off” day to allow students, faculty and staff to spend the day honoring those who have served in the military.
Journalists are under attack and it is because of the fighting words against them from our very own president.
There is a misguided idea held by some Americans that racism and bigotry no longer exist in this country.
During the past few weeks, administrators at the University have made numerous commitments to improving the treatment of minority groups on campus.
Many of us know the history of Jim Crow laws and their tireless effort to restrict the right to vote from marginalized communities. However, many of us do not realize that although those laws have been legally removed, there are still numerous voter restrictions in place today affecting marginalized communities across the country.
Last week, Thursday, Oct. 25, a group of students staged a protest in Founders Hall (“Protest calls for diversity training,” Oct. 26). The impetus for this action is not linked to one specific event, rather the systematic inequality at the University of La Verne.
At the conclusion of every semester, students at the University of La Verne can expect emails and endless reminders to complete course evaluations. But are they fair and effective?
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne held a Town Hall meeting in Morgan Auditorium recently where administrators from across the University were on hand to respond to students questions and concerns.