The Office of Civic and Community Engagement celebrated National Voter’s Registration Day by registering students to vote.
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The 2020 election is undoubtedly the most important election in my lifetime. This is a call to all students (and faculty) to become involved in the political process and help create a more inclusive and free society.
Madeline Ruiz, a sophomore political science and speech communication major, is the new Associated Students of the University of La Verne president, and Roy Requena, a junior business administration major, is the new vice president, per the election results announced Wednesdsay.
Alumna Julia Ruedas has been elected as a governing board member of the El Monte City School District and will be sworn in Monday.
History was made in the 2018 midterm elections, with major steps and accomplishments for women and the LGBT community.
Freshman biology major Kaitlyn Higgins pledged to vote at the Get Out the Vote event held by the Multicultural Council Monday at Citrus Lawn.
There is a misguided idea held by some Americans that racism and bigotry no longer exist in this country.
The debate team and Young Republicans presented a public debate on Tuesday evening regarding Proposition 6, which will decide if the current gas tax will be repealed.
Many of us know the history of Jim Crow laws and their tireless effort to restrict the right to vote from marginalized communities. However, many of us do not realize that although those laws have been legally removed, there are still numerous voter restrictions in place today affecting marginalized communities across the country.
California opens its polls for the general election on Nov. 6, and Proposition 10 has voters divided.