With the reopening of schools and important businesses in the wake of widespread COVD-19 vaccination across the state and nation this year, Gyms are back as well, including the University’s Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research main floor workout room. Athletes are also training in person and enjoying socializing while working out, all while […]
Sarah Weston, a trainee in psychology in the University of California, Los Angeles’ program Counseling and Psychological Services, led a workshop to inform students on the importance of sleep and how a lack of it can have a huge effect on daily life, specifically in college students on Monday via Zoom.
ULV fashionistas are donning masks with their favorite colors, music artist, and sports teams. Some are using masks to promote a cause, promote equality, or make another political statement.
Iota Delta sorority invited John Bartelt, professor of education technology, and Linda Bartelt, senior adjunct professor of education, to learn and discuss safe sex through a lecture and Kahoot games at its Latex or No Sex event held online on April 14.
ULV students, with so many others amid the pandemic, are exercising outdoors – biking, running and hiking – more than ever. And although outdoor activity is safer, 10 out of 12 ULV students believe wearing a mask is still a must on trails and other popular outdoor spaces, according to a recent informal survey.
An informal survey of 10 college students, shows that eight students said they hoping to take the COVID-19 vaccine in the very near future.
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.
The University of La Verne’s Campus Activities Board hosted “Movies for Mental Health,” a workshop online last week to bring awareness to mental health issues and help students learn about the importance of mental wellness.
The Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research organized virtual pilates classes for students: 10 people were in attendance Sept. 17.
The Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research is offering a needed outlet for students to distract themselves and mitigate stress. One such outlet is virtual yoga offered online several times a week to University students and employees.