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Faculty concerns about the future of tenure at the College of Law and its implications for the University, combined with questions about a to-be-announced change in pay structure for the University’s underpaid adjuncts point to a disturbing trend – of devaluing educators and by extension – education.
The Chinese government’s grasp on American society has grown exponentially not only through the launch of Tik Tok, one of the most downloaded applications of 2019, but through various data breaches that have gone undiscussed in the public sphere as well.
College graduations represent a landmark achievement in everyone’s lives and it is a slap in the face for students to pay the $140 graduation fee in order to graduate.
The majority of central Venice, Italy is flooded due to an irregular amount of rain and flooded rivers with waters up to 1.87 meters, which is the worst flooding in Venice in over 50 years, according to the Associated Press.
Revenge porn, also known as non-consensual pornography, is the sharing of private, sexual material of another person without their consent. Anyone can be the victim of revenge porn, but most recently Rep. Katie Hill, D-Cal., resigned after private, explicit photos of her were leaked, according to the Associated Press.
The University has been working diligently on expanding mental health resources for students, faculty and staff on campus in several different ways.
As the 2020 election cycle revs up in preparation for Americans to cast their presidential vote in November, election security should be the nation’s top priority in order to maintain a valid democratic process.
The #MeToo Movement finally gave a voice to the women who were silenced for decades by powerful men in Hollywood. But the stories that started the movement, would have come out sooner had they not been silenced by broadcast networks such as NBC and ABC.
November is National First Generation Student month and it was celebrated by the University this past week with events that highlighted these students, which is only one example of how well the University of La Verne does in recognizing their unique challenges.