The California Commission on the Status of Women and Girls, with the California Secretary of State and California Women Lead, held a panel discussion on the importance of empowering women to vote on issues that affect them.
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Voting rights could be restored to people on parole for felony convictions in California through a measure on the Nov. 3 ballot.
The University’s housing and residential life team is taking necessary precautions to keep those students living on campus healthy and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic while still trying to provide some sense of normalcy so residents feel at home.
With a budget deficit of approximately $15 million due to the pandemic, and only 25% of housing and dining enrollment enrollment, the University has made financial cuts from numerous areas, while attempting to limit layoffs and furloughs of faculty and staff during these unprecedented times.
Students, staff and faculty can get technical assistance, class materials, online equipment and other resources to facilitate the remote semester through the University’s Learning Commons.
The University Chorale and Chamber Singers held their annual concert “Community Through Music” on Friday virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, immediately followed by a reception on Zoom.
Eric Bishop, a University of La Verne alumnus, who also held several positions at La Verne – including associate dean of academic advising, journalism professor and Campus Times adviser – was recently appointed president of Ohlone Community College in Fremont, California. He starts July 6.
The Sheraton Suites Fairplex hotel in Pomona opened its doors to provide rooms for COVID-19 patients in the nearby areas who need isolation.
“Tiger King” is a sensationalist Netflix documentary series that reeled in 34 million viewers within the first 10 days of its release on March 20. And yet it is not at all what is expected from a serious and informative docu-series.
The U.S Congress may find itself transitioning to a system of remote voting soon due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has already already penetrated the capital walls with several members of Congress testing positive.