With new stay-at-home orders in California, rising COVID-19 cases and life entering month 10 of virtual everything, holiday cheer may not seem as cheery for some this Christmas season. People cannot – or should not – gather for holiday celebrations like in normal years.
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Zhen Zhang, associate professor of management, presented her studies and experiments on the relationship between cleanliness and moral judgement on Tuesday via WebEx.
As the holiday shopping season draws closer and coronavirus cases go up, University of La Verne students are considering how to tackle gift shopping.
The University of La Verne’s theater department is meeting the moment with a virtual production of “Twilight, Los Angeles 1992,” which features stories and experiences from the Los Angeles riots in 1992, told in monologues.
As students struggle with COVID-19, a critical election year and uncertainty for their future, mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety among this age group are, not surprisingly, on the rise.
The Office of Student Life has created an online program called Leos Unite in efforts to help students cope with the pandemic through social interaction.
The Randall Lewis Center for Well-Being and Research organized virtual pilates classes for students: 10 people were in attendance Sept. 17.
Downtown La Verne’s outdoor-only restaurant dining, required because of Covid-19, didn’t stop a new shop from opening this summer. D Street Wienery – that’s “wienery,” not winery – hopes to make a lasting impression as the go-to place for “traditional Americano” hot dogs in La Verne.
With the move to remote learning this fall because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Campus Activities Board was determined to make virtual welcome week as exciting and engaging as possible with the theme “Movin’ Through the Decades.”
Rock `n’ roll and blues echoed through the streets of Old Town La Verne at the Cool Cruise car show, where families showed off their classic cars, Saturday.