University of La Verne students, faculty members and assorted guests were treated to a truly unique performance last Thursday evening in La Fetra Auditorium, as renowned writer, playwright and performance artist Denise Uyehara fulfilled her duties as keynote speaker for the University’s Engendering Diversity and Community Conference.
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The history and development of the womanist movement was discussed in “Womanism, Black Feminist Consciousness from Afros to Hip Hop,” one of the events in the Engendering Diversity and Community Conference on Friday.
Campus news for the week of March 18, 2005.
Campus news for the week of March 4, 2005.
Just reaching out for a little commiseration after the election’s dismal outcome. Feeling blue and realizing how much hope I was putting into the anyone-but-Bush camp.
The Coalition for Diversity presented a panel discussion called “The Open University: Gay and Lesbian Issues in the Classroom” last week.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, now California’s governor-elect, said a lot during his campaign without actually giving much information or any specific plans other than to say “Hasta la vista” to the car tax.
Since an enthusiastic meeting of the minds last year, a group of University of La Verne faculty is taking steps toward creating a women’s studies program here.
University of La Verne students who want to study abroad in January for Core 310 or 340 credit have a new option – the isolated Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan.
The majority of three-unit undergraduate courses could be bumped to four units as soon as fall semester, if faculty supports a proposal by the University’s top administrators.