Ever considered leading a double life? Ever wanted to live a life that was not your own but was fun to try on for size? I have and I have done it for the last week and a half.
For the past few weeks, negative statements have been made in regard to the media and its relationship to the troubles in our society.
One of the best lessons I have ever learned in school was in a class I rarely attended.
Attention La Verne Police Department: Find something else, other than writing parking tickets, to pass the time.
Finally, spring break has perched upon the University of La Verne, mercifully allowing students to take a break from class.
Now that the ballots have been passed out and the winners have thanked the Academy and all of the little people, it is time for me to vent my post Oscar frustrations.
Boxing promoter Don King must be proud of himself right about now. He is responsible for turning an American sport into a circus.
It is sad to see truly talented actors in bad entertainment vehicles. Bill Cosby in “Leonard Part VI,” Robert Duvall in “Days of Thunder,” Lynn Whitfield in “A Thin Line Between Love and Hate,” Al Pacino in “The Devil’s Advocate.” Al, you were Michael Corleone for crying out loud!
The college experience brings with it a variety of “treasures.” For some, it is a feeling of at last receiving individual freedom and of having more personal space. It is about being “independent” and about doing things for oneself.
Dennis Rodman should, by now, be given an ultimatum by the executive staff of the Los Angeles Lakers forcing him to stay or leave.