In a recent informal survey, 20 University of La Verne students shared their thoughts about student debt, and specifically what they’d be wiling to do if they could to erase it.
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Rallying Cry, an event held by Mallorie Johnson, senior theater arts major, helped advocate for the Joyful Heart’s Policy and Advocacy program End The Backlog in Sneaky Park on Saturday.
Priscilla Applebee Staff Writer The city of Pomona held its 13th Annual Chalk Art Festival on Saturday. Over 300 chalk art enthusiasts from surrounding communities sat on the sidewalk in Shaun Diamond Plaza to create colorful works of art. “We started this as a community outreach for art advocacy for students,” Joshua Swodeck, commissioner for […]
An informal survey at the University of La Verne suggests that 16 out of 20 students generally feel safe on campus.
In 2021 the University of La Verne will go to a test-optional admissions policy, which means that applicants will have a choice of including their SAT or ACT test scores along with their applications – or not.
To honor Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Black Student Union took over the Citrus Courtyard Wednesday to support a cause that has affected many, including some of their members.
La Verne’s Chamber of Commerce celebrated 20 years of the Taste of La Verne at Brackett Airport Wednesday.
The Claremont Art Walk brought artists of all backgrounds to showcase their work at the monthly event.
Jane Beal, associate professor of English, brought music and poetry to roughly 25 faculty and students Tuesday in the Executive Dining Room.
The Office of Civic and Community Engagement celebrated National Voter’s Registration Day by registering students to vote.