The panel discussion “Social Justice is Just Us (Fill in the Black)” featured insightful commentary on social justice through the lens of white privilege.
As the rest of campus lay quiet late Tuesday night, Sleep Club was just coming on. A quaint crowd of no more than 30 bustled into the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre to experience this week’s Cabaret Series Act.
The importance of unity was highlighted during the Campus Activities Board International Day of Peace event Wednesday in Sneaky Park.
From getting hypothermia on the Brooklyn Bridge to having sushi flung at him by a chimpanzee in a suit, new Assistant Professor of Communications – Digital Film Production Morgan Sandler has done it all in the film industry.
Matthew Schaupp, senior speech communication major, discusses the issue of legalizing marijuana while senior philosophy major Meaghan McHenry, freshman political science major Fares Abdullah and Director of Forensics Rob Ruiz await their turns to give their Constitution Day speeches Sept. 16 in the Johnson Family Plaza.
When it comes to Edward Snowden, there is hardly a middle ground. He is either a traitor who compromised national security and ran away, or a patriot not afraid of consequences in the name of public service.
Glow sticks, mooncakes and the full moon were among the few things that made the University of La Verne’s Mid-Autumn Festival a huge hit this year Thursday in the Johnson Family Plaza.
Assistant Professor of History Allyson Brantley has only lived in Los Angeles for a month. And although the Southern Californian cartopia has given her some culture shock, she is excited to live in a city that she had studied as part of her dissertation.
The La Verne football team faced non-conference opponent Whitworth for its home opener Saturday at Ortmayer Stadium.
The Leopards tasted their first defeat of the season after four undefeated conference games, in the 1-0 matchup against Redlands Wednesday at Ortmayer Stadium.