Carson Bechtel is a 20-year-old sophomore political science major at the University of La Verne, who identifies as non-binary with the pronouns he, him and they, them. His personal story of being a victim of sexual assault and rape begins when he was made to leave his father’s home in Phoenix in 2019.
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Kellin Olsen, a senior at Claremont High School, spent the majority of his final year of high school at home in his pajamas, rarely leaving the house, and attending school online.
Iota Delta sorority invited John Bartelt, professor of education technology, and Linda Bartelt, senior adjunct professor of education, to learn and discuss safe sex through a lecture and Kahoot games at its Latex or No Sex event held online on April 14.
Christian Bracho, associate professor of teacher education in the University’s LaFetra College of Education, led the final workshop to his three-part nonviolence workshop series called “Learn ways to practice nonviolence daily in thoughts, words, and deeds” on April 1 via Zoom.
Aiden Aizumi, a transgender activist and University of La Verne alumnus, shared his experience in honor of Transgender Rememberance Day on Nov. 20 via Zoom. This event also centered around remembering those in the transgender community who have died this past year due to violence.
“Inspirational,” “caring” and “respected,” are a few of the top 20 tags students used to describe John Bartelt, professor of education technology, helping him rank No. 9 Best Professor on the Rate My Professors website, which features the ratings of 1.7 million professors and more than 19 million reviews.
California could soon become the first state to add a third option for gender identification – non-binary – on legal, state documents such as drivers’ licenses.
Students and faculty presented their diverse research projects for ShowCASE – Celebrating the Arts, Scholarship, and Engagement Week – Monday in the President’s Dining Room.
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.
Just like aiming to drink eight glasses of water each day, there may be a magic number to aim for having sex each week