Roughly 30 students and faculty members gathered for Associate Professor of Psychology Rick Rogers’ “Almost Last Lecture: Counseling and Its Uses,” Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
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Several buildings on the University of La Verne campus were on lockdown for less than a half-hour during the morning of Feb. 11, though the full campus community was only alerted to this by a brief email message two hours after the dangerous situation was resolved.
The University of La Verne’s annual security report was sent to all students, faculty and staff late last month – with four reported cases of rape on the main campus in 2017.
As of last year, there were 33 reported Behavioral Intervention Team, or BIT, cases, 122 Campus Assessment, Response and Evaluation, or CARE, Team cases, and over 3,000 appointments made to the Counseling and Psychological Services, or CAPS, on campus.
It seems as though suicides are being covered in the media more frequently, meaning that deteriorating mental health can no longer be ignored.
Representatives from Tri-City Mental Health Services and senior public relations major Joshua Francis spoke to 22 audience members Wednesday about the importance of mental health and the ways people can help themselves and others.
A group of about 20 students and faculty members gathered April 12 in the Hanawalt House for the Gaypril Health Education Panel event to learn more about health and safe sex practices within the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community. The panel was part of the University’s Gaypril events, which consist of LGBT educational […]
With the arrival of November, the stress of midterms is just dying down as finals week and term assignment deadlines already start lurking around the corner. It is hard enough for college students not to get caught up in the challenge of balancing several responsibilities at once, and even harder to ask for professional help […]
The week after the Las Vegas shooting, Interim Campus Safety Director David Keetle sent a university-wide email with guidelines for what to do in an active shooter situation.
University Chaplain Zandra Wagoner lights a candle in honor of the victims of Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas.