Immigration, gender roles, tradition and Latino heritage were only a few of the topics discussed at the Latino Retreat on Nov. 13.
Writers Archives: Julissa Cardenas
The Multicultural Club Council hosted an Aztec storytelling event last week in the President’s Dining Room to celebrate North American History Month.
Many people ask me why I choose to be in journalism when newspapers are dying and people are not interested in reading the news anymore.
The University of La Verne library buzzed with energy and creativity during faculty research day, Oct. 29, where faculty members displayed their research work to colleagues and students.
Besides being a University of La Verne student and Web editor for the Campus Times, I am also a part time sales person. Not just any sales person, I sell shoes.
Every year in October, as night approaches, the Fairplex transforms itself into Scareview Farms, a nightmarish haunt that gives thrill seekers exactly what they ask for.
The International Studies Institute at the University of La Verne has voted on this year’s theme: immigration. Every year, the University has a new theme focusing on a global issue or concern that either affects people, forces them to think about their opinions or inspires them to help.
The University of La Verne debate team stood out among the colleges who competed in The United States Universities National Open Debating Tournament. The tournament took place at the Claremont Colleges on Oct. 4.
Cars honked, people yelled and some threw water bottles at students protesting Proposition 8, the ballot measure that banned gay marriage in California. The University of La Verne’s Rainbow Alliance sponsored the event last Wednesday on the corner of D Street and Bonita Avenue.
Families gathered to enjoy abundant food, festive music and street vendors Sept. 16 at the weekly Pomona Farmers Market.