The University held a panel discussion titled “Why Vote?” Oct. 27 at the Ludwick Center Sacred Space, where about 25 community members gathered to discuss the importance of voting with midterm elections just days away.
Californians now have the option to vote by mail for every election. In an informal survey conducted at the University of La Verne, 20 undergraduate students were asked whether they vote in person, by mail – or at all.
A state law that goes into effect Jan. 1 will require employers to provide current employees with the pay scale for their positions, and companies will also need to post the salary ranges for all job postings.
The International Studies Institute sponsored a lecture Wednesday featuring Noelle Lenoir, a French international lawyer. Her talk titled “Europe Reborn: Taking Stock of the European Union’s Response to the War in Ukraine” was held in Morgan Auditorium at noon before an audience of about 30.
Eric Bishop, a University of La Verne alumnus, who also held several positions at La Verne – including associate dean of academic advising, journalism professor and Campus Times adviser – was recently appointed president of Ohlone Community College in Fremont, California. He starts July 6.
The hyperpop duo 100 gecs brought a new, intoxicating stage presence to the Glass House in Pomona at their April 14 show. 100 gecs’ performance was a stimulating mix of genres like electronica, pop and synthcore that I have never seen before at this venue.