Thomas Allison, a new assistant professor of legal studies – and three-time University of La Verne alumnus – says his upbringing and his education have been the driving forces in all of his work and accomplishments.
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As social distancing has led to a lonely, monotonous routine for many, some University of La Verne students are finding comfort in binging via platforms such as Netflix, Disney+ and Hulu, according to an informal survey.
The 11th annual Lavernapalooza concert, traditionally in the spring semester has been postponed, due to the campus closure and the state shelter-in-place orders to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The abrupt campus closure last month has meant the suspension of many on-campus student jobs.
As social distancing, shelter in place and quarantine measures intensify amid the Covid-19 pandemic, many performers, musicians and artists have been forced to find alternative ways to maintain their fanbases, if not their livelihoods.
Artist Sarah Sarchin’s paintings on exhibit in Pomona College’s Chan Gallery show everyday life through the eyes of women, though simple backgrounds and a small selection of pastel colors.
Magician Greg VanHolsbeck knew he had the audience’s attention when he handed a bookmark to a member of the audience, and told her to place it in a book.
Valerie Jarrett shared the struggles she faced as she advance from Chicago City Hall to the West Wing, using her power to give a voice to the underrepresented.
Yen Le Espiritu, professor of ethnic studies at UC San Diego, discussed Vietnamese refugees and indigenous people on Monday at Pomona College. Around 40 community members filled the Hahn Lecture Hall.
As a child, artist Gina M. worked at a puppet theater, where she coordinated events and made puppets for other kids.