A University of La Verne student caused temporary panic Wednesday, after the student posted a tweet which indicated she might be infected with the coronavirus.
While the thought of catching the coronavirus is something that many dread, this growing pandemic also highlights a troubling lack of adequate health care in the United States.
Roughly 15 students attended an anti-vaping discussion on Feb. 12 inside the Randall Lewis Center. The event, put on by the American Lung Association began with a friendly competition of the virtual classroom game Kahoot.
“Hand out. Beer out.” This is the mantra you can hear echoing throughout the La Verne Brewing Company every Sunday when they host their weekly yoga and beer event: “Bend, Breathe, Brew.”
At a time when social media has exploded into a market of its own, chances are you probably have an account somewhere in the realm of Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat.
The Healing Touch Studios hosted four local natural healing and art vendors as they set up booths to promote their natural therapeutic items and spiritual artworks at the “The Art of Vibes and Healing” event.
Feeling Groovy, a holistic wellness shop and cafe in Claremont, held a free CBD workshop Tuesday night to shed light on the compound that is taking the wellness industry by storm.
An informal survey at the University of La Verne main campus revealed that 12 out of 20 students try to prioritize healthy eating in their day to day lives, though many said this was a difficult task for a college student.
Customers are transported back to the 1970s when they walk into Feeling Groovy Wellness and Café on Foothill Boulevard in Claremont.
The newly opened Amethyst Healing Spa on Arrow Highway and A Street in La Verne is small and quaint, but does not fall short on making one feel invited and at ease.