As the nation came to a standstill when unarmed 18-year-old Michael Brown was murdered in cold blood by a police officer in 2014, much of the country had no idea what was to come in regards to the issue of police brutality following that fateful day.
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The La Verne Police Department is close to closing the case on the hate crimes that rocked the University of La Verne campus last semester.
As we await All Hallows’ Eve, the night dead souls are rumored to lurk the earth to mingle with witches and mortals alike, let us take a look at the spooky spirits said to roam the University of La Verne campus.
The Campus Times has just hit its centennial milestone as of Monday. The first Campus Times was published on Oct. 14, 1919.
In a makeshift “gypsy caravan” across from the post office in the Claremont Village, Girl Scout Troop No. 1094 had warm apple cider, chocolate chip cookies and fortune telling booths set up to welcome those visiting for their annual Claremont Village Ghost Walk.
Self-taught artist Gary Brewer, one of four displayed in the “Secret Garden” exhibit, spoke about his connection to nature through painting and art on Thursday in the Harris Gallery to a crowd of about 20 students, staff and faculty members.
Brando Skyhorse, author of this year’s One Book, One University selection, “Take This Man,” spoke to a crowd of roughly 50 Wednesday in Morgan Auditorium.
Leadership may take the form of many shapes and sizes, however, Deborah Olsen, professor of management and leadership, believes that regardless of position, title or background, an effective leader is one who takes action to initiate change.
With freshmen year comes a copious number of new stressors that have the possibility to lead to mental health issues. The American Psychological Association found that one in three first year college students struggle with mental health issues.
The debut of “IT, Chapter 2” has left the film at a worldwide second-best opening weekend with $185 million in revenue, following close behind the first installation, debuting 27 years after the original adaptation, which landed at $187.9 million.