The #MeToo movement. Surviving oppression. Social justice. The “Black Feminism and Sacred Text” workshop explores how faith informs black women’s lives and an understanding of important social movements like these.
Writers Archives: Celeste Drake
After a change of ownership in July, new hours, and a new menu helmed by Executive Chef Arthur Siler III, Pappas Artisanal is ready to dominate D Street.
Jordan Nelson is a theater major in her junior year, but her passion is not for memorizing lines and reciting soliloquies, it is for the behind the scenes magic that happens before the debut – the magic before the magic.
The transition to college typically occurs in two ways: the lead up to high school graduation following acceptance and decision, then mid-August when students frantically attempt to navigate all aspects of a new campus.
Andy Baez, senior business administration major, throws a pie in the face of Erynn Waltman, junior criminology major, Oct. 10 in the Vista La Verne courtyard.
The Leo Food Pantry was put in place in 2016 in response to the growing need at the University of La Verne, mirroring state and national trends in food insecurity among college students.
The Center for Neurodiversity, Learning and Wellness hosted a screening of “Intelligent Lives” for more than 75 students, faculty and the community members Sept. 13 in Morgan Auditorium.
Key members of the University of La Verne faculty and city officials cut a leopard print ribbon to celebrate the opening of the newly completed Citrus Hall dormitory and The Spot dining hall on Sept. 6.
Associate Professor of Biology David Bickford presented his biological research in Papua New Guinea and how to overcome climate change to more than 20 faculty, staff and students Tuesday in the President’s Dining Room.
Tianna Cano, sophomore computer science major and Botany and Gardening Club president, works in the University of La Verne community garden.