After taking a year off to receive 18 rounds of chemotherapy with three different chemotherapy drugs, three surgeries and plenty of physical therapy sessions to learn how to walk again, Andrew Tompkins, sophomore business administration major, has returned to the University of La Verne.
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The University community gathered in the Campus Center ballroom Tuesday to make fleece tie blankets for the Linus Project, a nonprofit organization that donates blankets to families in need and ill children.
Sophomore psychology major Mireya Rojo was recruited as a Leopard before she had even received her acceptance letter to the University of La Verne.
Senior business administration major Adrian Gonzalez and sophomore studio art major Molly Garry register as bone marrow donors Wednesday in front of Founders Hall.
The University of La Verne Gamers Guild hosted a 24-hour livestream to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network from noon Saturday to Sunday.
Glowing with positivity, his upbeat personality and amusing sense of humor has the ability to attract people from all walks of life. Jon Sweat, senior adjunct instructor, also has three types of cancer: polycythemia, skin cancer and leukemia.
Jon Sweat, senior adjunct instructor, discussed the importance of love and respect as he revealed that he has three types of cancer: polycythemia, skin cancer and leukemia.
Students came together to paint the town purple Sunday to raise awareness about the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.
Dominic, Bella, McKenna, Ayden and Erin – names appearing on the five rubber bracelets worn around Jenny Formica’s left wrist. These five names represent more than children battling cancer.
Lance Armstrong is undoubtedly a known name in the current athletic world after winning seven Tour de France races. However recently, Armstrong is not known for his success as a cyclist, but rather the cheating behind it.