On Nov. 14, 2018, the University of La Verne hosted its annual Commuter Day, a day that caters to the school’s commuter population. Great, but with nearly three-fourths commuter students, one day a year is not enough.
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Consensual sex between two men can now result in their being stoned to death under a new law in Brunei that went into effect April 3.
Within a week after the mass shootings that killed 49 in two New Zealand Mosques last month, New Zealand’s government changed the gun laws to prevent something like this from happening again.
Over the last three months 23 race horses have died at Santa Anita Park, a Thoroughbred racetrack in Arcadia.
The Marjorie Stoneman Douglas school shooter had taken the lives of 17 students, faculty and staff members on Feb. 14, 2018.
The University’s Student Health Insurance Plan offers full-time students access to a variety of basic health services, but lacks flexibility for students who are already covered under family or personal insurance plans.
Nearly two weeks ago, a scandal brought to the forefront a prime example of what power, status and privilege can buy: an acceptance to the most elite colleges in the country like Yale, Georgetown and the University of Southern California.
On March 13, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order that will halt the execution of California’s 737 inmates currently on death row. Newsom calls the death penalty system a human error and discriminatory toward defendants who are mentally ill, black and brown, or who cannot afford legal representation.
Hate crimes in the United States have historically been a pressing issue that is an unfortunate part to our country. The hate crime rate has exponentially increased within the last three years.
Two of the three on-campus dorms have elevators installed, and this semester alone, elevators in Vista La Verne and Citrus Hall have broken down three times.