The first lecture of the Colloquium Series on Diversity began last week with Gitty Amini’s lecture surrounding the theme of white guilt.
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When studying late at night and with no help readily available, the Internet just may be the place to search for help.
As part of the University’s Black Out Week, the African American Alliance hosted New World Education Founder Mandla Kayise whose talk “The Impact of Barack Obama on the Black Male Image,” compared perceptions of black men in the 1980s and today.
One of the main events at the start of every semester is the club fair, and this semester the theme was black politicians.
Everyone was dressed in their best as close to 100 people gathered in front of Founders Hall for the annual Homecoming Illumination ceremony.
A night of music and drumming filled Davenport Dining Hall Monday with the celebration of Asian Wellness Day.
With the presidential race heating up and elections just around the corner, the Campus Activities Board encouraged University of La Verne students to head to the polls and cast their votes on not only their choice for the next President of the United States, but also for the next student leaders of the Associated Students […]
It all began in the year 1926, when a historian named Carter G. Woodson realized that black history was not properly acknowledged in American history. It was then that he decided to dedicate an entire week in February known as Negro History Week, to appreciate black history.
On Nov. 15 the lights in the President’s Dining Room were dimmed for a viewing of a video made by the Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking.
Being a first year college student can be exciting, but leaving the comforts of home for a place of unlimited freedom can be the true testament of how you live your life when you think no one is watching.