Before an audience of roughly 40 faculty, staff and students William Cook, professor of English, talked about the importance of being true to oneself.
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When she wakes up, her first breath determines how the rest of her day will go: whether she’ll have to miss class or skip the lunch she planned to have with a friend.
Ariel Carey, senior psychology major, started her new year by changing her eating habits after her girlfriend, Lacey Corcoran, senior psychology major, became a vegan in January. The couple started off as vegetarians in November then transitioned to being vegan after two months and do not plan on eating meat ever again.
Empathizing with strangers may just be as easy as walking in someone else’s shoes.
The Leopards dropped the series opener against Pomona-Pitzer, 11-2, last Friday but bounced back to win both ends of Saturday’s doubleheader, 5-2 and 10-5, to take the weekend series against the Sagehens.
From hearing footsteps when no one is there to feeling cold sensations on a warm day, La Verne community members stay they still sense the University’s haunted history. Specifically some refer to ghosts of Evelyn Marshalt, David Glassa and Jim Henderson – whose ghosts they swear still linger.
IOStudents, faculty and staff gathered Tuesday at the President’s Dining Room to welcome Syrian neighbors and enjoy an evening of Mediterranean food and conversation.
Magnum photographer Diana Markosian discusses her work with alumna Helen Arase at the reception for her exhibition “Framing Armenia “ in the Carlson Gallery Tuesday.
Assistant Professor of Management Giacomo Laffranchini presented his research on how nonfinancial objectives shape the decisions of family firms that are trying to financially recover at noon Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Being involved on campus does not go unnoticed. That is the case for 21-year-old senior music major Terry Dopson.