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La Verne leans into its Hispanic Serving Institution status

As the University of La Verne wraps up its first full year back since the COVID-19 pandemic threw the University, with most of higher education, into the unknown territory of remote learning for more than a year, the traditional undergraduate population of this Hispanic Serving Institution has remained mostly intact.

Retreat considers sexism, gender identity

One of the final sessions of this year’s  diversity retreat sessions focused on gender identity, sexism and gender stereotypes. About 15 community members attended the April 22 event, part of the series put on by the Center of Multicultural Services, which focused this year on justice, diversity and equity.

Junior named Newman Civic Fellow

Drake Ingram, a junior criminology major and Campus Times photographer, was recently named a 2022-2023 Newman Civic Fellow along with 172 student civic leaders from 38 states by Campus Compact, a national coalition of educational institutions that work to help improve civic and community engagement in higher education. 

Diversity retreat spotlights ableism and classism

Last week’s session of the University’s diversity retreat focused on classism and ableism.

Nonviolence helps ease fight or flight response

Christian Bracho, associate professor of education, discussed the importance of practicing nonviolence in everyday life at the third session of the Season for Nonviolence series, titled “Practicing Nonviolence,” Wednesday via Zoom.

Multicultural services showcases new home, programs

The Center for Multicultural Services in the Ludwick Center, held an open house last week, attended by roughly 20 students, who expressed their interest in learning more about the center and its programming.

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