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 […]
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Residents from Vista La Verne housing were invited to join Tyler Agajanian and Jason Souriolle where they presented “Can you relate?” an event that talked about the awareness of mental illnesses in the U.S on Wednesday night in the Vista Lounge.
Students should be sure to take advantage of the “hidden” health center on campus and their required health insurance provided by the University. Included in each full-time traditional undergraduate student’s tuition, which totals $444 per semester, is a mandatory health insurance plan provided by the University.
Students in the early childhood student teaching class renovated the garden at Fairplex’s Child Development Center Nov. 26 to help students learn how to grow their own food, understand the process of farm to table and maintain healthy eating habits.
As part of the Social Justice Lecture Series, Dr. Joel Fuhrman educated a crowd of more than 200 people with his presentation “Optimize or Destroy Brain Potential with Food.”
The University of La Verne administration is considering plans to convert Davenport Dining Hall into a new health and wellness center.
The Netflix original series “13 Reasons Why,” based on the popular young adult book by Jay Asher with the same name, has been the subject of heated online discussion over its entertainment value vs. potential detrimental effects on viewers, since the show’s debut on March 31.
Students attending the University of La Verne who have a learning disability can get accommodations from the school to help them take notes, administer untimed tests and other learning support specific to student needs.
The “freshman 15” is the 15 pounds freshman are expected to gain – in theory or reality – in college due to stress, dining hall food, drinking and lack of exercise. Students here, however, debate whether it’s really a thing.
Early cervical and testicular cancer detection screenings are recommended for college students, according to the University health center.