Female genital mutilation, a procedure that cuts young girls’ genitalia for social, cultural and religious reasons, has been banned in the United States for more than 20 years – until a recent ruling from a federal judge in Michigan.
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The second session of Queer Education 101, developed by a team of faculty, uncovered challenges the LGBT community experience with balancing their sexuality, spirituality and religious faith.
University of La Verne Faculty called on one another to take action to address the discrimination minority students endure after hearing a group of more than 20 students share stories of microaggressions they have experienced on campus.
The University of La Verne honored veterans during a celebration that began at Sneaky Park and ended at a ceremony outside of Veterans Hall.
Michelle Enfield of the Red Running Into The Water People clan, born from the Black Streak Wood People clan, presented the history of Native Americans and the term ‘two spirit’ which she recently chose to identify as.
The Muslim Student Association hosted an Islam Awareness Week that spread the religion of Islam through informative events each day last week.
Marilyn Oliver, professor of kinesiology, has reached her 40-year mark as an educator at the University of La Verne.
On Thursday more than 20 students with blue tape covering their mouths gathered outside of President Devorah Lieberman’s office in Founders Hall, demanding a list of changes to address the University’s treatment of minority groups on campus.
After six months of developing the concept for OSHUN, the group’s student leader received an email last month from several key departments rejecting the organization to serve as a funding structure.
Nala Kachour, president of the Muslim Students’ Association, pins a hijab on Pomona Salcido, senior mathematics major, Monday in the Citrus Courtyard.