A racial equity bill is working its way through the California legislature, with hopes that it will reach Governor Gavin Newsom’s desk by the fall.
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The Campus Activities Board capped off its last program, Destination Procrastination, with a Netflix Movie Night on May 13 via Teleparty. The film was 2001’s “Legally Blonde,” starring Reese Witherspoon. The choice was made by a poll on CAB’s Instagram account.
Landscape photographer Julie Shafer recontextualized American westward expansion through an environmental lens for the last entry in the Carlson Gallery of Photography’s artist conversation speaker series of the academic year. The gallery hosted Shafer’s exhibition, “Parting of the Ways,” May 6 via Zoom, and saw over 40 students in attendance.
The Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant has recommended that provisional accreditation of the University of La Verne’s Physician Assistant program be withdrawn. The University administration has appealed the decision and must submit that appeal by today.
The University of La Verne received a $2 million donation from regional real estate developer and philanthropist Randall Lewis for the establishment of the Randall Lewis Center for Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Social Impact, which will focus on economic development and opportunities for ULV and the surrounding communities.
As vaccination rates rise and COVID’s hold on American society begins to wane, many are still struggling with the effects of the pandemic. Efforts surrounding mental health have come into greater focus over the past year, especially on the effects of isolation due to COVID-19.
Assembly Bill 988, “The Miles Hall Lifeline Act,” was introduced by California Assembly member Rebecca Bauer-Kahan, D-Orinda, on Feb. 18. It would require the state to designate 988 as a mental health crisis hotline.
Claremont McKenna College’s Civility, Access, Resources and Expression Center brought together five grassroots organizations to share their missions and the problems they have faced because of the COVID-19 pandemic in its Political Engagement through Empowered Representation, or PEER, Conference Saturday via Zoom.
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation is now legally required to recognize the needs and identities of transgender prisoners under a new state law took effect Jan. 1.
The University of La Verne College of Law’s first-time bar pass rate rose to 73% last October, a number that nearly matches the statewide average and is higher than several of the law school’s competitors.