The Faculty Senate on Monday discussed a resolution to allow faculty to return to campus if they provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination.
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Kira, a junior kinesiology major at the University of La Verne, was 16 when she developed an eating disorder. When she first joined Instagram, she would see photos of girls that she didn’t know appear on her feed.
As the University of La Verne plans to return to on-campus learning in the fall, students, faculty and staff are urged – but so far not required – to get vaccinated against COVID-19, University officials said this week.
The University of La Verne’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life hosted a “Strategies for Healing” panel to explore questions regarding interfaith strategies and how they can be used to fight against racial injustice on Monday via Zoom.
Rita Thakur, associate dean of the College of Business and Public Management, shared her experience coming from India, working at the University of La Verne, and her hopes for her retirement on Tuesday at the faculty lecture over Zoom.
With 53 attendees in the audience, the University of La Verne’s music department gathered to demonstrate musical talents, which ranged from singing to instrumentals, in its first recital of the spring semester April 9 over Zoom.
Christian Bracho, associate professor of teacher education in the University’s LaFetra College of Education, led the final workshop to his three-part nonviolence workshop series called “Learn ways to practice nonviolence daily in thoughts, words, and deeds” on April 1 via Zoom.
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Center for Multicultural Services hosted “Her Stories” Wednesday, in which University of La Verne faculty, staff, students and alumni gathered to share their life changing experiences.
California lawmakers will consider legislation that would reform how California distributes financial aid, enabling students, who were not previously eligible for Cal Grants to participate in the program.
California Assemblymember Cristina Garcia, D-Downey, has proposed legislation that requires social media platforms to post a disclaimer on photos that have been retouched for promotional purposes.