The second session of Queer Education 101, developed by a team of faculty, uncovered challenges the LGBT community experience with balancing their sexuality, spirituality and religious faith.
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Senior psychology major Jedaun Carter said she has been in therapy since she was 6 or 7 years old, but never saw the benefit from it until high school.
Student performers sang high notes and spun on trapezes as part of Leo Factor, a student talent show hosted by raunchy joke-telling drag queen Pandora Boxx.
Junior speech communication and philosophy major Tyler Faye Anderson designed Unidentifiable Creative, a content creation company dedicated to helping artists who cannot limit their art and ideas to one medium, showcasing their work and connecting them with endorsements, sponsorships and collaborations through online and social media promotion.
In between psychology classes and her work at the Interfaith Chapel, senior Jedaun Carter also finds the time to try to reframe the world through her camera lens.
Contagious messages of love and positivity spread across Sneaky Park in the form of colorful signs and uplifting music, as honors students held “Dissipate the Hate,” a senior project event 11 a.m. Monday to educate the University community about hate speech.
With the cost of college increasing annually, students are forced to find innovative ways to cover their expenses.
The latest members of the first traditionally African American sorority at the University of La Verne, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., stepped onto the University of La Verne Greek life scene Thursday night in Sneaky Park.
These days we are fed a daily dose of dating information, stories and advice through several mediums. Posts on Facebook constantly shout that romance is needed to achieve happiness and memes on Instagram tell women that being single is better for success.
Students and faculty of various ethnicities gathered in front of the Enrollment Management Building on First Street and E Street Wednesday morning.