In between psychology classes and her work at the Interfaith Chapel, senior Jedaun Carter also finds the time to try to reframe the world through her camera lens.
Writers Archives: Giovanna Z. Rinaldo
Contagious messages of love and positivity spread across Sneaky Park in the form of colorful signs and uplifting music, as honors students held “Dissipate the Hate,” a senior project event 11 a.m. Monday to educate the University community about hate speech.
Before being forced back to what had become foreign land, Jacob, who asked that his real name be withheld because of his precarious immigration status, had only vague memories of his life in Mexico. The native of Los Mochis, in the northern coast of the state of Sinaloa, found himself hopeless in a city whose […]
Junior kinesiology major Josh Ramirez tried it all growing up: baseball, football, basketball. He even wished he had ventured into hockey and lacrosse. But Ramirez only truly found his element among the rectangular lines of a soccer field and early father-son memories of the ‘beautiful game.’
Sophomore psychology major Mireya Rojo was recruited as a Leopard before she had even received her acceptance letter to the University of La Verne.
The University sent out an email Monday notifying students of rules and guidelines for the use of Halloween costumes on campus.
With early goals in both halves and overall domination, the men’s soccer team beat Caltech with big numbers for the second time this season in a 3-0 victory Saturday night at Ortmayer Stadium.
Despite managing a 2-0 lead and playing with a one-man advantage for 55 minutes, the men’s soccer team tied 2-2 in overtime against the undefeated Redlands, Saturday night at Ortmayer Stadium.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced her intention to roll back Title IX guidelines for addressing sexual assault on college campuses, on Sept. 7, during an address at George Mason University in Arlington, Virginia.
When President Donald Trump’s personal crusade against the media recently evolved into yet another chapter, it was not surprising nor a mere coincidence that his latest target was a female, African-American journalist: Jemele Hill, the co-host of ESPN’s SportsCenter.