The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life offers “The Quiet Spot,” teaching various guided meditation techniques, on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
A recent session was guided by Bil Owen, instructional technology coordinator for the Academic Success Center.
“It’s always encouraging that people are taking time to work with their minds,” said Owen, who has led meditation for two years.
The Students Engaging in Environmental Discussion and Service, or SEEDS, club and the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life collaborated to present the “One Earth, One Chance: Over-Consumption and the Planet,” Wednesday in the Abraham Campus Center.
Art therapist Maia Donadee leads an art meditation session Monday in the Interfaith Chapel with senior communications major Vanessa Oceguera, senior English major Melissa Martinez, junior kinesiology major Bryan Ortiz, senior liberal studies major Ariel Simons and junior speech communication major Kendall Simons.
Playwright and actress Rohina Malik expressed the damaging effects of Islamophobia post-9/11 through the perspective of five different women in her one-person play “Unveiled” Wednesday night in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Following the ongoing battle with an expired contract and a fight for higher wages, University of La Verne Bon Appétit workers joined together on Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. to confront University administration and delegate their needs.
The La Verne women’s water polo team showed their eagerness to prove themselves as a competitive opponent in SCIAC as they took the 13-10 win against the Cal Lutheran Regals Saturday afternoon at the La Verne Aquatic Center.