With flags held high, the smell of sage burning through the wind and the voices of over 15,000 fellow marchers, the May Day General Strike closed down Spring Street in downtown Los Angeles on May 1.
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“We need to activate people,” said Thomas Allison. “Activate everyone – those who are suffering and those who are not.”
The protests began on Inauguration Day. Enter protesters in the streets. Thousands of people swarmed the steps of City Hall, chanting in solidarity against the new administration.
Senior art majors showcased their paintings, photographs and sculptures Dec. 1 in the Harris Gallery.
With the 2015-2016 school year underway, La Verne has added two new admissions counselors to its ranks: Jeremy McWells and Kyle Cazares.
Faculty members and students discussed their most memorable teaching and learning experiences at the university, Monday during Teaching Day in the Campus Center Ballroom.
Daytime Emmy-nominated actress Vannessa Vasquez visited the theater department to give advice to students pursuing careers in entertainment Thursday at the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre.
Associate Professor of Education Cleveland Hayes highlighted local Latino educators who are making their mark on public school education in his “We Teach Too: What Can We Learn from Marco and Arturo,” presentation Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Approximately 60 faculty, administrators and students from the University, members of Bomel Construction and representatives of the City of La Verne City Council attended the new parking structure groundbreaking ceremony on Oct. 8 in the area formally known as Lot D.
In a collaboration of efforts, four University of La Verne students debuted their senior project production of “The Chalk Boy” last week in the Jane Dibbell Cabaret Theatre.