In the wake of the recent school shooting that took the innocent lives of two Saugus High School students and injured three others, “Saugus Strong” were the words of encouragement echoing throughout the Santa Clarita community as they began to take their first steps towards healing.
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The Route 91 Massacre took the lives of 58 people and injured nearly 500 others. On the second anniversary of the shooting, survivors are still on the path toward healing as they work through emotional and physical trauma.
Jerome Garcia, professor of biology, discussed his studies of the mitochondria’s ability to enhance respiratory capacity and its role in obesity Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
Through an informal survey asking University of La Verne students whether they think Christmas is celebrated too early, 18 out of 20 said they would like to have more of a nip in the air before ringing in the season.
With just a couple of weeks left before Halloween, students are in preparation mode to get their costumes ready for the occasion.
An estimated 4 million young people turned out – and walked out – internationally last Friday to insist on action to prevent further ravages of climate change.
Just as La Verne students return back to school, so do those at Liberty High School in Netflix’s adaptation of Jay Asher’s 2007 novel “13 Reasons Why,” now for a third season.
The Inland Empire Museum of Art hosted an art show and discussion panel titled “Female Artists: Past and Present” as a part of the museum’s monthly Art Talks.
The University’s Cultural and Natural History Collections is what curator Anne Collier refers to as “a hidden gem.”
A two-decade long journey has come to an end this spring for painter and adjunct professor in communications Danielle Eubank, as she completed her mission to paint the world’s five oceans.