Tag: Carolyn Bekhor

Panel responds to the fall of Roe v. Wade

The Office of Civic and Community Engagement held a “Reproductive Rights, Values, and Voting” panel in honor of Women’s History Month on March 20 in the Ludwick Center.

Panel highlights reproductive rights

Professor of Legal Studies Carolyn Bekhor and Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Communication Studies Judy Holiday speak at the “Reproductive Rights, Values and Voting” panel Wednesday afternoon at the Sky Bridge in the Ludwick Center to celebrate Women's HERstory Month.

RESTRICT Act would result in the ban of TikTok, other apps

U.S. senators Mark R. Warner and John Thune proposed the Restricting the Emergence of Security Threats that Risk Information and Communications Technology Act on March 7. If the bill were to pass, it would give the government the power to act against technological companies if they pose a national security threat to Americans.

Panel discusses the importance of voting to have reproductive rights

The Office of Civic and Community Engagement partnered with the Andrew Goodman Foundation and Vote is Sacred student ambassadors to host the “Voting for Our Reproductive Rights” informational panel session on Wednesday in the Ludwick Center Sacred Space. 

Legal studies professor hopes to go from classroom to courtroom

Assistant Professor of Legal Studies Thomas Allison may soon be trading in his position as professor for a seat on the bench. The University of La Verne professor is running for Los Angeles County Superior Court judge. 

Drivers to face stricter penalties for texting and driving

A new state law that goes into effect July 1 imposes stricter penalties for those caught texting while driving. Under current law, using a hand-held smart phone or device while driving is punishable by a fine. Starting July 1, the penalty for such violation will also add points to the driver’s record. 

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