It has been almost a year since the University of La Verne made the switch to all online – with most colleges and universities across the nation, when the COVD-19 pandemic sent us into lockdown.
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ULV students, with so many others amid the pandemic, are exercising outdoors – biking, running and hiking – more than ever. And although outdoor activity is safer, 10 out of 12 ULV students believe wearing a mask is still a must on trails and other popular outdoor spaces, according to a recent informal survey.
While COVD-19 cases are going down and vaccinations are ramping up across the nation, it is still important to follow health officials guidelines set to keep people safe and ultimately end the pandemic.
The University of La Verne has received roughly $2.8 million in student funds under the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, via the U.S. Department of Education.
Vito Imbasciani, secretary of the California Department of Veterans Affairs, spoke about the scientific history of the coronavirus, the future of the COVID-19 vaccine and how the ongoing pandemic has shed light on the existing disparities in healthcare found in low-income communities on Wednesday during a lecture hosted by the International Studies Institute.
If a California workplace puts employees or customers in danger from exposure to COVID-19, that workplace must communicate to those employees and customers immediately that they have been exposed, under a new state law that went into effect last month.
University of La Verne undergraduate students may take any or all of their classes for credit-no credit through the spring 2021 semester. This option amends the normally limited credit-no credit option for the third semester in a row, in light of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and remote learning situation.
The spring season for University of La Verne athletics is still up in the air, though Athletic Director Scott Winterburn is hoping Leopards can get back onto the field before the end of the academic year.
Monotony, isolation, boredom, stress, anxiety; all words that come to mind about the experience of living through a pandemic. It is not ideal for students’ mental health.
An informal survey of 10 college students, shows that eight students said they hoping to take the COVID-19 vaccine in the very near future.