The University Chorale and Chamber Singers held their annual concert “Community Through Music” on Friday virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, immediately followed by a reception on Zoom.
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The Associated Students of the University of La Verne presented the Faculty Senate with a resolution on May 6 calling for adjustments to the finals week standards – with the hope of reducing the burden being placed on students trying to finish up the semester in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the transition to all […]
Many in the arts and entertainment industries have found creative ways to work while the effects of COVID-19 have left many unemployed and organizations at a loss for what to do to continue their work.
Local public schools, with those across the state and nation, are in a holding pattern awaiting further notice on what school will look like in fall 2020, as the U.S. with the rest of the world considers life moving forward amid the global pandemic.
When University of La Verne Communications professor Scott Essman woke up on March 9, he thought he was in for a normal day as a professor. Little did he know he was about to start a battle fighting the virus that has wreaked havoc across the globe.
Upon entering college, one of my main goals was to establish myself as a journalist by working my way up to the position of Editor-in-Chief of the Campus Times. After three semesters on staff, first as a staff writer, then LV Life editor and editorial director, I was offered the position and I took up […]
Couples and singles around the world have been “Zooming” to find creative accommodations to help keep their love life alive and well, despite being forced to social distance.
Usually grocery store workers hear “thank you” after helping someone find those hidden spices or something from the back. Now I’m greeted daily with “Thank you for helping everyone” during the current circumstances.
As essential grocery workers are spending their time ringing customers up, restocking the shelves and working through this pandemic, many of them have been receiving additional pay – sometimes called “hero pay” – to compensate for the health risks they have had to take on the job over the past weeks.
There was one thing that I looked forward to as my last semester at the University of La Verne had approached.