Student organizations and offices from the University of La Verne are collaborating on Stigma Free ULV, a campaign aimed at reducing the stigma associated with asking for help with common mental health conditions.
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The workshop provided a space for Black students and allies to express themselves freely through discussion and exercises.
More than half of the University of La Verne students who responded to a recent survey on food insecurity said they sometimes skip meals, and two-thirds said they couldn’t afford to buy enough groceries.
As students struggle with COVID-19, a critical election year and uncertainty for their future, mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety among this age group are, not surprisingly, on the rise.
The Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research organized virtual pilates classes for students: 10 people were in attendance Sept. 17.
The Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research is offering a needed outlet for students to distract themselves and mitigate stress. One such outlet is virtual yoga offered online several times a week to University students and employees.
The University of La Verne was recently awarded with a $3 million Title V grant from the U.S Department of Education for Hispanic Serving Institutions Education. The money will go toward academic support, financial literacy and college-to-career preparation for the student body.
The University has been working diligently on expanding mental health resources for students, faculty and staff on campus in several different ways.
Julia Bogany, a member of the Tongva Tribe, told stories of her ancestors who contributed to the survival and visibility of the Tongva tribe, Tuesday in the Lewis Center.
Campus and community events for the week of Nov. 7, 2019.