It is no secret the United States of America has a long and messy history of gun violence filled with tragedies that could cause one to become numb toward the issue.
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The insurrection that took place on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6 brought chaos and havoc to what already was a tumultuous presidential election. Although Donald Trump was not convicted by the Senate in the resulting impeachment trial, there is no doubt that the former president had major influence over his supporters and the reckless protests […]
As the COVID-19 pandemic carries on, the debate over whether students and staff should return to school in person in Fall 2021 persists. However, nobody should not return to colleges and universities until they are vaccinated.
With the expected arrival of the COVID-19 vaccine in the coming weeks, it is critical to still follow the social distance guidelines and wear a mask covering to further improve the state of the global pandemic and preserve the safety of the public.
Internships are an important stepping stone into the professional world for many college students. However, unpaid internships are exploitative and should be illegal.
As college students, we tend to focus on completing the next assignment while ignoring our mental health. While academia seems like that is all there is in college, not focusing on mental health can be detrimental to your success.
University of La Verne faculty and administrators are considering moving January interterm to a May term for the “benefit” of students, among other reasons. However, moving the academic term to May will only create more difficulties down the line for traditional undergraduate students and their scheduling for graduation.
Now that Proposition 22 has passed, app-based drivers could be looking at a future with little to no benefits and low wages.
With the recent controversial and highly partisan confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett, it is important now more than ever to increase the size of the Supreme Court.
The fight against police brutality, a core principle of the Black Lives Matter movement, is not just an American concern. It is part of an important struggle against despotic government worldwide.