In response to a chemical attack against a northern rebel-controlled area in Syria, President Donald Trump ordered on April 7 a military strike against a Syrian airbase, which was the first direct military action US took against Syria during their civil war.
On April 9, New York’s state legislature approved Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal to provide free college tuition to New York residents who are full-time students and earn less than $100,000 annually. In 2018, the cap will increase to $110,000 and then $125,000 in 2019.
Following the St. Louis Rams and the San Diego Chargers – now Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers – the Oakland Raiders have recently announced that they will become the latest NFL team to engage in a location makeover.
Last week, Rep. Joseph Crowley, D-New York, introduced the Kalief Browder Re-entry Success Act.
Facebook claims to be working on its hiring process by providing its recruiters with diverse training programs but still finds itself behind the curve.
On Monday, President Trump signed a bill passed by Congress that allows internet service providers to sell customers’ browsing history, thus jeopardizing consumer privacy in favor of profit.
As President Donald Trump begins his third month in office, it should not come as a surprise that he keeps rolling back more regulations and guidance from the Obama administration. The latest one hits close to home for University of La Verne students as they relate to student
The American-led military coalition in Iraq is investigating reports that as many as 200 civilians were killed in American airstrikes in Mosul, a city in northern Iraq, March 17. If confirmed, the airstrikes will rank among the highest civilian death tolls in an American air mission since the United States went to war in Iraq […]
With Immigration and Customs Enforcement showing up outside of court hearings, picking up parents dropping their children off at school and demanding to be let into homes, it is safe to assume that college campuses are not safe from ICE raids either. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival – or DACA – students are unsure of […]
As the University of La Verne dives into the “2020 Strategic Vision,” students and faculty prepare for the next major changes to the campus: the removal of Stu-Han and Brandt Residence Halls, the Interfaith Chapel and the Lawn. The future offers bright new residence buildings, a large interfaith center and a dining hall. While these […]