When a new semester starts students often excitedly read their syllabi for the upcoming classes. Then to their dismay, they realize there is a list of books they need to buy – with some books costing up to $300 a piece.
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The Associated Students of the University of La Verne held a town hall meeting April 13 that reviewed pressing issues, such as tuition increases and new buildings and improvements and gave students the chance to bring their concerns to the fore.
The gun debate continues to grow louder. Guns are now popping up in even more places they should not be, such as churches, children’s books and pockets disguised as cell phones.
Over the past few weeks, a terrifying amount of anti-LGBTQ legislation has trickled down the pipeline. North Carolina, Georgia and Kansas have started deliberations on highly discriminatory bills that not only allow but encourage the systematic discrimination of the LGBTQ community. In 2016 these bills represent the toxic notion that people can still refuse to […]
It would be outrageous if a federal law enforcement agency asked a lock maker to create a master key that would open the locks to millions of homes, and give that key to the agency.
Several University of La Verne departments have taken needed steps to give students extended access to campus amenities, such as hot food, ticket purchases and mail pickup.
People should not stand for sexual harassment. Now neither will Microsoft’s personal digital assistant Cortana.
One day after Kylie Jenner’s Lip Kit by Kylie line was launched, Jenner made headlines again, this time for her photo shoot for Interview magazine in which she posed in a gold wheelchair.
With the end of the semester approaching and registration taking place, chaos is commonplace. However, a registration restriction caused an unusual commotion for upperclass students Nov. 23, the first day of registration.
While the world expressed its solidarity with France after the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris, in which 129 people were killed and more than 350 injured, another tragedy that happened just one day before went mostly unnoticed in the West and was overshadowed by the vast media coverage of the Paris attacks.