After six months of developing the concept for OSHUN, the group’s student leader received an email last month from several key departments rejecting the organization to serve as a funding structure.
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In a crowd of around 50 and a panel of at least a dozen administrators, 20 or more University of La Verne students raised their hands when asked if they had experienced microaggressions on campus.
The Associated Students of the University of La Verne held a Town Hall meeting in Morgan Auditorium recently where administrators from across the University were on hand to respond to students questions and concerns.
The University administration failed the test and in the process showed that it had not prepared well for the exam. In this case, not only was the vision of the diverse population deemed incompatible with the standard way of doing business at La Verne, but “class” was dismissed before the student’s voice was allowed to […]
University of La Verne administration and a member of the student population disagreed on the efficacy of enrollment and retention rates in relation to ethnicity at the University during a recent ASULV meeting.
The University of La Verne is caught in an identity crisis and commuter students are paying the price.
Oshun is a goddess of the Yoruba people in southwestern Nigeria; she is the goddess of love, fertility and protection. She stands for opportunity, spirit, harmony, unity and negotiation.
On April 17, junior speech communications major Tyler Anderson and another black student proposed Oshun, a separate funding hub for black focused clubs on campus, to Loretta Rahmani, chief student affairs officer, Lawrence Potter, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, Richard Rose, professor of religion and philosophy, President Devorah Lieberman, Provost Jonathan Reed […]
Last month, the student body elected junior political science major Jackie Ku and sophomore kinesiology major Justin Parnell president and vice president, respectively, for the Associated Students of the University of La Verne.
Junior theater major Joseph Baum gets into character during his dance performance to “You’re Welcome” from Walt Disney’s “Moana” at ASULV’s Karaoke Night Tuesday in LaFetra Lecture Hall.