Out of a survey of 12 female students, not even one expressed approval of the American Health Care Act of 2017, which President Donald Trump and Republican leaders of the House of Representatives pulled back on March 24 before the House would vote on it.
Downtown La Verne at 4 a.m. is dark, quiet and lifeless– until you approach Miss Donuts and Bagel. The smell of baking dough covered in sweet frosting wafts down the silent street, and the ones there to enjoy it are students who heard about the magic of the place, when the rest of the city […]
Campus events for the week of April 7, 2017.
New people. New place. New environment. College could pose more threats to your health than you were aware of.
Just like aiming to drink eight glasses of water each day, there may be a magic number to aim for having sex each week
Being the best is sometimes as simple as wearing the “Best.” Just ask senior business administration major An-Tony “TJ” Young.
In 2016, the United States faced one of its most significant and polarizing elections. On a smaller, yet still important scale, the University of La Verne’s College Republicans club unites like-minded supporters of the conservative party.
The College Democrats at the University of La Verne are uniting to bring awareness and educate students on current political issues.
Junior computer science major Sean Gribben said he spends about 16 hours a day playing video games.
A wave of social and political movement tattoos have cultivated a form of activism through means of body art.