I can still remember the feeling of excitement I had about two things, my senior year of high school and my first year of college.
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A new COVID-19 variant, Omicron, has made its way to at least three states in the United States after its first confirmed case was detected on Nov. 29 from a man who traveled from South Africa back to California. It has also been identified in over 30 countries.
Last week, I was sitting with my friends in the Campus Center like I usually do between classes when I overheard a friend of mine talking about someone she had an interest in.
Nurse Ana Lopez prepares COVID-19 vaccines for upcoming patients at the Hanawalt House Nov. 19
The Los Angeles Police Department now requires all officers to be vaccinated to continue to work there.
Alexander Medin, junior kinesiology major, studies the COVID policies posted in front of the Vista La Verne dorm Nov. 3.
Vaccinating kids age 5 and older means in-person learning can persist, and it could get kids, schools and families back to as close to normal most quickly and efficiently.
Despite the return of many on-campus activities and events this fall, no winter commencement will be held for those graduating in January 2022, University officials announced recently.
Paramount Pictures film producer Lorenzo Di Bonaventura discussed how the film industry may be forever changed by the pandemic at the Claremont Graduate University In Conversation lecture held via Zoom on Oct. 28.
University of La Verne students, faculty and staff – if you are not yet vaccinated, please stop making excuses and get vaccinated so we don’t have to worry about another shutdown.