Plastic bags are found everywhere – they line our trashcans, tangle themselves in telephone lines, float across busy highways and drift into the ocean only to end up being eaten by a seal or turtle. After they serve their purpose of holding our groceries, plastic bags are disposed of without a second thought of where […]
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Among the propositions to be voted on the Nov. 8 ballot is Proposition 58, an initiative to allow bilingual education in public schools, which could capitalize on the academic benefits of learning two languages.
Students gathered in the Hanawalt House to watch the last presidential debate between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Student groups and participants unaffiliated with the University encouraged political engagement among students at Politicon Wednesday at Sneaky Park.
Students offered insightful commentary following the Vice Presidential Debate between Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican Mike Pence Monday evening in La Fetra Lecture Hall.
In an informal gun control survey of 13 students at the University of La Verne, 11 students strongly believed in the Second Amendment right while two believed there should be stricter regulations.
Roughly 50 students gathered in La Fetra Lecture Hall Monday evening to tune in to the first of three presidential debates between Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump.
The coming election in November is easily the most important one of my lifetime.
Presidential campaigns are well under way, and even at a liberal arts college such as University of La Verne, students’ opinions of the candidates vary greatly.
There are six propositions on the Tuesday election ballot. Here are our recommendations for how to vote on each.