The University of La Verne College Republicans hosted Shawn Steel in Morgan Auditorium Wednesday as a speaker of “Conservatism of Today.”
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Drag Queen Gilda Wabbit and a traditionally dressed Muslim woman became a representation of the liberal future after a stranger took a picture of them sitting next to each other, on a subway in New York, and shared it on Instagram.
The “Kaepernick Effect” was felt everywhere in sports last year, after former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick knelt during the national anthem at a football game in August.
In yet another attempt to criminalize and marginalize immigrants, President Donald Trump recently ordered the creation of an office under the Department of Homeland Security called VOICE, which stands for Victims Of Immigration Crime Engagement.
The Trump administration has reversed an Obama-era executive order that gradually diminished the use of private prisons for federal inmates, a decision that reflects more heavily on Trump’s connections with the private prison industry than it does on Trump’s concern for the country’s well-being.
La Verne Mayor Don Kendrick was re-elected mayor in a close race with challenger Tim Hepburn Tuesday.
David, a University of La Verne junior, is in fear of what his future holds next thanks to Donald Trump’s executive order that banned immigrants from seven predominately Muslim countries.
Tears, love, and a sense of unity were prominent as roughly 100 community members gathered in support of the “No Muslim Ban and No Wall” rally Sunday in Claremont.
The Pitzer College Student Senate and League of Women Voters of the Claremont Area hosted the Claremont City Council Candidates Forum Feb. 23 at Pitzer College.
Ralph Nader, consumer advocate and former presidential candidate, told faculty, students and staff at Morgan Auditorium Wednesday that time is invaluable.