The city of La Verne hosted their annual tree lighting ceremony in front of City Hall Tuesday night.
Writers Archives: Jocelyn Arceo
Our society has a major issue with the sexualization of underaged children in the media. However, this does not mean that using children as models for their own clothing and age range is sexualization.
Upon entering the new Sol Flower café, a pink wall embellished with what seems to be hand-painted flamingos, toucans and foliage draws your eyes in immediately.
Michael Heralda, an Aztec storyteller, provided an interactive performance depicting the Aztec or Mexica culture through song and story Tuesday in the Campus Center Ballroom.
More than half of students here said they carry protection against possible physical attack when walking around campus at night, according to a recent informal survey.
University President Devorah Lieberman and Provost Jonathan Reed presented a draft of a resolution on Oct. 26 to students and faculty listing the actions they plan to take in the coming weeks and months to improve the treatment of minority groups on campus.
Around 70 members of the La Verne community gathered on the grassy area in front of the University’s Chapel to show their solidarity with the Jewish and black communities in light of the tragedies of last week.
The Tri-City Mental Health Wellness Center on 1403 N. Garey Avenue in Pomona is a support system available to all community members that offers free resources to those struggling with mental health issues.
Under 20 undergraduate students from the University of La Verne traveled to the University of San Diego for its 28th annual California Forum for Diversity in Graduate Education, where almost 200 different colleges discussed their programs.
The Latino Education Access and Development Conference is an annual forum dedicated to helping Latinx students navigate their way through higher education.