A proposed federal law could expand the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument and provide more areas for hikers, campers and nature enthusiasts.
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In a recent informal poll of 20 University of La Verne students, half said they would support lowering the voting age to 17 in California.
Issues of social justice and injustices were brought to light during an evening of senior thesis presentations Wednesday. The Center for Multicultural Services hosted the event in honor of Social Justice Day in the Executive Dining Room.
For the second year in a row, the University of La Verne was recognized among 399 other colleges by the Princeton Review for being a green college.
Six people gathered last Friday to watch “The Last Guardians,” hosted by the Sustainable Environment and Ecological Development Society, which showed how indigenous people in Ecuador were negatively affected by oil companies.
Erik Bahnson, president of Students Engaged in Environmental Discussion and Service club, or SEEDS, is drafting a letter to the University’s Board of Trustees to urge the University to divest not only from fossil fuel industries, but also invest in funds that comply with Environment, Social and Governance standards.
Students gathered in the President’s Dining Room to do there part in trying to save a life.
Junior political science major Jackie Ku was elected Associated Students of the University of La Verne president and sophomore kinesiology major Justin Parnell as ASULV executive vice president in election results announced Wednesday afternoon. The two ran unopposed.
Marcus Eriksen, co-founder of 5 Gyres Institute, sailed from Long Beach to Hawaii on a raft kept afloat with plastic bottles to raise awareness about plastic pollution in marine environments. Eriksen shared his story, the organization’s discoveries about plastic pollution, and its effect on marine life with an audience of 40 people Friday in LaFetra […]
The Students Engaged in Environmental Discussion and Service club, or SEEDS, has received more than 200 signatures in a petition for the University to divest its investments from fossil fuel industries.