Over the past nine months, most colleges and universities have moved some or all of their classes online, as an emergency measure to protect communities from the deadly COVID-19 Pandemic, which to date has killed more than 270,000 Americans.
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The price of attending the University of La Verne will not increase in the 2021-22 academic year, President Devorah Lieberman announced this week in an email to the community.
Recruitment is the most important time of the year for sororities on any campus at any school. This is the period where we potentially welcome new members into our organizations. Usually, we compete with other sororities on campus, but this year our biggest competition was the pandemic.
As the pandemic has kept us physically distant from just about everyone in our normal lives, students, along with everyone else, are relying more than ever on social media.
La Verne community members have found various ways to maintain their emotional well-being and mental health even while sheltered inside and socially distanced from friends and, well, everyone.
The Campus Activities Board hosted a Sip and Paint event Monday in the Quad where about 60 students painted their stress away while sipping boba tea and listening to live music.
Comic book lovers showed their spirit and bonded over similar interests in celebration of National Comic Book Day Wednesday in Sneaky Park.
The Campus Activities Board hosted a Latinx Festival to celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month Wednesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.