As the semester draws to a close and holiday season approaches – amid the most deadly period of the COVID-19 pandemic so far – students are say they will adapt their holiday plans accordingly.
With new stay-at-home orders in California, rising COVID-19 cases and life entering month 10 of virtual everything, holiday cheer may not seem as cheery for some this Christmas season. People cannot – or should not – gather for holiday celebrations like in normal years.
Since the start of the pandemic, I have done plenty of exploring to find the best local takeout restaurants in the La Verne area. Indoor dining is currently closed due to COVID-19, and outdoor dining is also off the table again in Los Angeles County, but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible to enjoy a quality […]
With most gyms and campus athletic facilities shuttered due to the coronavirus and stay-at-home orders, athletes and students serious about fitness have had to find ways to stay in shape in spite of the shutdowns.
Over the past nine months, most colleges and universities have moved some or all of their classes online, as an emergency measure to protect communities from the deadly COVID-19 Pandemic, which to date has killed more than 270,000 Americans.
With the holiday season upon us, some may be hesitant to see the number of family members they usually do because of the pandemic – and some University of La Verne students will be making sacrifices in order to stay healthy.
Maria Jesus, graduate student at Claremont Graduate University, discussed the importance of native plants – based on her research in the southern Inyo Mountains – during California Botanic Gardens monthly virtual lecture series “Conservation Stories.”
As the holiday shopping season draws closer and coronavirus cases go up, University of La Verne students are considering how to tackle gift shopping.
After months of social distance and isolation, University of La Verne students and faculty got together to celebrate and affirm the bonds of the community on Nov. 5 over Zoom.
Being an international student and being stuck in a foreign country in the midst of a once-in-a century pandemic was the last thing I had in mind when imagining how my freshman year of college would pan out.