After taking a year off to receive 18 rounds of chemotherapy with three different chemotherapy drugs, three surgeries and plenty of physical therapy sessions to learn how to walk again, Andrew Tompkins, sophomore business administration major, has returned to the University of La Verne.
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Six University of La Verne students and recent alumni won a total of seven first- and second-place awards in the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence western regional contest recognizing college journalism published in 2018.
Jordan Peele, who has become a mastermind creator of modern horror films after his 2017 movie “Get Out,” does not disappoint with his latest film “Us.” The film depicts a horrific and gory view into people’s worst enemies: themselves.
The La Verne Police Department and the FBI are continuing to investigate an apparent hate crime involving an online threat and arson that occurred on campus last Thursday and Friday, prompting the cancellation of classes.
In response to last week’s apparent hate crimes – a racist threat on social media directed at a specific group of students, followed by arson in a student’s car – several students rallied in Johnson Family Plaza to condemn these actions, while faculty discussed the appropriate response at the Faculty Senate meeting Monday.
Barry Jenkins, the award-winning director of “Moonlight” and “If Beale Street Could Talk,” reflected on a particular college breakup that introduced him to the American novelist and activist, James Baldwin.
With the departure of College and Arts and Sciences Dean Lawrence Potter in January, Brian Clocksin, professor of kinesiology who previously served as the associate dean, took the helm as interim dean last month.
Contractors began construction on a new parking lot for the Ludwick Center for Spirituality, Cultural Understanding, and Community Engagement, to combat any extra traffic the center may produce.
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.
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.